Kuwait Finance House, the country's biggest Islamic lender, posts $101m profit in three months to June 30
Kuwait Finance House (KFH) , the country's biggest Islamic lender, reported a 6.4 percent rise in second-quarter net profit on Monday, slightly below analysts' estimates.
Net profit rose to KD28.51 million ($101 million) in the three months to June 30 from KD26.8 million in the same period a year ago, according to Reuters calculations.
That compared with the analysts' average forecast of KD29.2 million in a Reuters poll.
KFH didn't give a quarterly breakdown so Reuters calculated the figure based on financial statements.
The firm's first-half net profit was KD54.57 million, up 10 pct year-on-year, it said in a statement.
Total assets gained 11 percent year-on-year to stand at KD16.7 billion on June 30, while deposits rose 4 percent over the same timeframe to KD10.7 billion.