KHCB hosts Liechtenstein prince
Manama, June 7, 2012
Khaleeji Commercial Bank (KHCB) hosted a lunch for Prince Philipp von und zu Liechtenstein, a member of the royal family of the Principality of Liechtenstein, a country known for its strong financial sector.
Prince Philipp is chairman of the board of trustees of the LGT Group Foundation, the largest family-owned private wealth and asset manager in Europe.
He discussed the bank, Bahrain's vibrant banking sector and significant investment potential at the lunch.
"KHCB is honoured to welcome Prince Philipp to our offices," said chairman Dr Fuad Al Omar. "This visit is a wonderful opportunity to build relationships and communicate the business friendly ethos of Bahrain,' he remarked.
"Through building international relationships that promote positive dialogue about the kingdom, the bank endeavours to encourage foreign investor interest and facilitate international business," he added.
"I want to thank KHCB for welcoming me to their offices and I look forward to growing our relationship," said Prince Philipp.
"This visit has underscored my appreciation of Bahrain's sophisticated financial sector and further increased my confidence in doing business here," he added.-TradeArabia News Service
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