Abdulla Al Humaidi at Kuwaiti European Holding

A worldwide holding company for the overseas investments of the Abdulla Al Humaidi family, Kuwaiti European Holding Group (KEH) is a well-established and ambitious holding firm. The financial services, recreation, and real estate industries are the emphasis of this conglomerate of companies. When the company was founded in 2008, it was owned by a well-known Kuwaiti family with a long history of successful investments, as well as creating enterprises, throughout the Middle East and Europe.


Investment possibilities in the financial services, healthcare, and recreational sectors are the primary focus of KEH’s strategic investment portfolio. ​It is KEH’s goal to become a market leader in commercial investments in the industries it has targeted. Abdulla Al Humaidi explains how the Al-Humaidi trading family’s financial power and commercial expertise underpin the KEH Group’s corporate strategy and structure in the discovery and administration of its financial investments. 


Successful investor Dr. Abdulla Al Humaidi founded Kuwaiti European Holding and is now its chief executive officer. Especially throughout the Middle East and Europe, the doctor and his family’s company development and investment skills have been well-documented. Dr. Abdulla Al Humaidi founded Kuwaiti European Holding in 2008 and has been the company’s chief executive officer ever since. He is presently the CEO of the company (CEO). 


Dr. Abdulla Al Humaidi worked as CEO, Chairman, and Executive Vice Chairman of many Saudi Arabian and Kuwaiti firms prior to establishing KEH. Two Kuwaiti companies are under Dr. Abdulla Al Humaidi’s control, and he serves as their CEO as well as managing their investment strategy. As a result, the firms in question are known as Remal and Al Mudon. The Royal College of Surgeons in Dublin, Ireland, is where Dr. Abdulla Al Humaidi completed his seven-year medical training and obtained his doctorate. Abdulla Al Humaidi served as the chief executive officer of the Middle East Holding Company or MEHC, which is now known as Gulf Investment Council.