KUWAIT CITY, April 20: With the issuance of the law concurrently to defer financial obligations for 6 months, Vice-Chairman of the Board of Directors, General Manager of the Credit Bank, Salah Mudhaf Al-Mudhaf and the Bank’s Executive Management went on an inspection tour to ensure the progress of work related to the postponement and the effectiveness and efficiency of the bank’s systems, reports Al-Seyassah daily.
In this context, the bank’s spokesman, Habbari Al-Khashti, announced the bank is working to receive postponement requests through the bank’s online portal and the bank’s mobile application. As for the elderly people who are 65 years and above, people with special needs, families of prisoners, martyrs and they heirs, they will be received at the bank’s branches in their area.
Al-Khashti announced the bank received within 24 hours 15,000 requests of the 150,000 borrowers, for the postponement of payment of their loans. Meanwhile, the Central Agency for Public Tenders (CAPT) has forwarded the requests and questions of companies bidding for stage three of the construction and maintenance of aircraft stands, corridors and service buildings in the new passenger terminal (T2) at Kuwait International Airport to the Ministry of Public Works which will take a decision in this regard in the coming days, reports Al-Jarida daily quoting sources. Sources disclosed one of the questions is about the conditions that the bidder must meet; in addition to a request to postpone the date for submission of bids for a month as they need more time to deliberate on price offers and complete the requirements.