Kuwait Finance House Bank is one of the leading Islamic banking companies in the world. They also become the first foreign Islamic financial institution that was received a license of the Islamic Banking Act in Malaysia on May 8, 2005. For more than a decade, they provide Malaysians with a wide range of banking and financial solutions, including a facility to transfer or receive overseas funds.
Performing an international fund transfer requires a SWIFT code. It’s a unique identifier that is used to identify one specific bank or branch. Besides being used to transfer money, this code is also used by global financial institutions for exchanging messages—the code compromise of eight to eleven different characters.
For example, KFHOMYKL is the code of the primary office of Kuwait Finance House Bank in Malaysia, as it only has eight characters. Meanwhile, all eleven digit Code are used to denote particular branches.
You have to make sure you choose a correct SWIFT code as it is a vital detail to ensure the money safely gets to the intended recipient. The code can be located in a bank statement, the bank’s official online platform, or in the following list of the Kuwait Finance House Bank Malaysia SWIFT Code.
|Detailed information about SWIFT Code KFHOMYKL|
|Bank||KUWAIT FINANCE HOUSE (MALAYSIA) BERHAD|
|Address||1 JALAN PINANG MENARA PRESTIGE|
|SWIFT Code KFHOMYKL Breakdown|
|SWIFT Code||KFHOMYKL or KFHOMYKLXXX|
|Bank Code||KFHO - code assigned to KUWAIT FINANCE HOUSE (MALAYSIA) BERHAD|
|Country Code||MY - code belongs to Malaysia|
|Location Code||KL - code represents the institution location|
|Code Status||L - L means active code|
|Branch Code||not assigned or XXX - code indicates this is a head office|