Bahrain's Gulf Finance House considers Saudi listing, Kuwait delisting

Investment firm said in April it would delist its global depositary receipts in London but would keep its other listings
Bahrain's Gulf Finance House considers Saudi listing, Kuwait delisting
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By Reuters
Wed 08 Jul 2015 11:44 AM

Gulf Finance House, the Bahrain-based investment firm, is once again studying the possibility of delisting from Kuwait's stock market and is also now considering a listing on Saudi Arabia's bourse, it said in a statement on Wednesday.

The firm said in April it would delist its global depositary receipts in London but would keep its other listings after a period of deliberations following feedback from shareholders at its annual general meeting.

GFH is listed in four places: Dubai Financial Market, where its shares are often the market's most heavily traded, Bahrain, Kuwait, and London in the form of global depository receipts.

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