Investment Funds

GCC Baitak Fund (Under Liquidation)

Baitak GCC Fund (Under Liquidation) is an open – ended fund with a variable capital ranging from KWD 5,000,000 to KWD 50,000,000 (from 5,000,000 to 50,000,000 units).

The fund aims to provide attractive opportunities for investors by investing in a selected group of listed and unlisted stocks in Kuwait and GCC markets that are compatible with the provisions of Islamic Sharia. In addition, the fund aims to maximize the return on the fund’s investment through allocating its assets in GCC Sovereign Sukuk, issued by GCC governments of the Gulf Cooperation Council countries, or under their guarantee, and/or in equity funds that are compatible with the provisions of Islamic Sharia and follows the fund’s Articles of Association and CMA regulations

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KFHC GCC Equities Fund

KFH Capital Investment Company has launched its second Islamic fund on 14 June 2008 under the name of "Muthanna GCC Islamic Banks Fund". The Fund's target is to invest in Islamic Banks that are listed in GCC stock markets, thus it is offering a balanced and stable returns along with low risk investment. The Fund capital is variable between 5 to 50 million Kuwaiti dinars, has an initial subscription of a par value KD 1 and is offered to all nationalities.

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Muthanna Islamic Index Fund

In 2007, KFH Capital Investment launched an index under Muthanna Islamic Index reflecting the overall performance of companies that meet the provisions of Islamic Sharia in Kuwait Stock Exchange.

The index will enable investors to benchmark the performance of portfolio managers and Islamic Funds against the Islamic market performance.
The index was turned into the first Sharia exchange traded fund that was close-ended with variable capital up to KD 50 million with a par value of KD 1 and it has various advantages such as diversification, lower cost, simplicity, stability of returns, transparency and ease of monitoring.

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Zakat Calculations for Funds Units

As per the Sharia'a Fatwa issued by Zakat House dated 22nd February 2009 regarding Zakat calculation of Muthanna Islamic Index Fund and Muthanna GCC Islamic Banks Fund, Zakat is calculated as follows:

Unit Value (on Zakat due date) x Number of units x 2.5%

To determine the Unit Value, please refer to the fund details above.

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