Kipco profit was up 942 per cent on the previous year, driven by the sale of its stake in mobile operator Wataniya Telecom to Qatar Telecom for $4bn.
The board is recommending a 90 per cent dividend, the equivalent of 90 fils ($0.39), up from 50 per cent in 2006.
It is also recommending a 10 per cent bonus share issue.
Kipco’s consolidated assets tripled to $15.4 bn in 2007.
The market value of Kipco investments in listed subsidiaries now stands at $2.9bn.