Global Bank Directory
In total, there are 40 licensed banks operating in Egypt (May 2015).
Ahli United Bank (Egypt) | Cairo Update: 2016-09-29
Ahli United Bank (Egypt) (former Delta International Bank) is one of Middle East's premier financial institutions. The Bank is a part of AUB Group, a full fledged commercial and investment banking group providing wealth management, retail, corporate, treasury, offshore and private banking services.
Al Baraka Bank Egypt | Giza Update: 2014-08-03
Al Baraka Bank Egypt commenced its activities in accordance with Shari'a principles over 23 years ago and has grown as an Islamic institution to become one of the foremost in the Egyptian market. Al Baraka Bank Egypt is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Al Baraka Banking Group.
Arab African International Bank | Cairo Update: 2010-09-08
Arab African International Bank (AAIB) is unrivalled in being the fastest growing bank in Egypt in terms of size and profitability, placing it at the forefront of the country's strongly growing sector. Since its inception, AAIB has been known as one of the most distinguished commercial and investment banks in the region.
Arab International Bank | Cairo Update: 2017-02-16
Arab International Bank (AIB) is an investment bank headquartered in Cairo. The Bank provides commercial banking services relating to economic development and international trade in the Arab Republic of Egypt, and internationally.
Banque Du Caire | Cairo Update: 2016-09-01
Banque Du Caire S.A.E. (BDC) is a commercial bank that provides a wide range of banking services to private and corporate clients in Egypt. The Bank offers checking and savings accounts, term deposits, certificates of deposit, personal loans, credit and debit cards, investment products, foreign exchange, overdrafts, short-term loans, checks purchasing, trade finance, re-financing under trust receipts, and discounting export bills, syndicated loans, and project finance.
Banque Misr | Cairo Update: 2012-01-30
Banque Misr is one of the largest banks in Egypt. Banque Misr owns equity in 220 projects including financial, industrial, tourism, housing, Agri and food, as well as general service, in addition to projects in the field of communication and information. As on December 31, 2011, Banque Misr had a network of 470 branches and about 750 Automatic Teller Machines (ATMs).
Barclays Bank Egypt | Cairo Update: 2012-01-30
Barclays Bank Egypt S.A.E. is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Barclays (UK), a major global financial services provider engaged in retail banking, credit cards, corporate and investment banking and wealth management. Employing more than 1870 people, Barclays Bank Egypt serves more than 280,000 customers across the country through a network of 65 branches and 108 in-branch and off-site ATMs. Almost 60% of Barclays Egypt branches are in three major governorates which are Cairo, Giza and Alexandria.
Central Bank of Egypt (CBE) | Cairo Update: 2013-02-04
The Central Bank of Egypt (CBE) is the central bank of the Arab Republic of Egypt. The CBE regulates banks and the banking system of Egypt. The main objectives and functions of the CBE are as follows: realizing price stability and the banking system soundness, and setting the objectives of the monetary policy, formulating and implementing the monetary, credit & banking policies, issuing banknotes and determining their denominations and specifications, supervising the units of the banking sector, supervising the national payments system, etc.
Commercial International Bank (CIB) | Cairo Update: 2017-01-19
Commercial International Bank (CIB) is the largest private-sector lender in Egypt. CIB is recognized as a market leader in adopting international best practices regarding Corporate Governance and Disclosure, and creating tremendous opportunities in Retail and SME banking.
EFG-Hermes | Cairo Update: 2012-06-06
EFG-Hermes is an investment bank in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region and specializes in securities brokerage, asset management, investment banking, private equity and research. It serves a range of clients including governments, corporations, financial institutions, high net worth individuals and retail customers. Total assets: US$ 7.35 billion (as of March 31, 2012).
Egyptian Arab Land Bank | Giza Update: 2015-05-07
Egyptian Arab Land Bank (Bayt Al Iqar or EALB) is a commercial bank that provides a wide range of banking services to private and corporate clients in Egypt. The Bank provides current and saving accounts, certificates of deposits, short term loans, sales financing, long term loans, property development loans, guarantees, import financing and services, export financing and services, overdrafts, international trade services, online and mobile banking services.
Housing & Development Bank | Giza Update: 2011-01-02
Housing & Development Bank (HDB) is an Egyptian joint stock company established on 30/6/1979 under the Investment Law by virtue of Ministerial Decree No. 147/1979. HDB is registered with Central Bank of Egypt under No. 89 on 24/9/1979 as an Investment and Business Bank. HDB is included among banks authorized to deal in foreign exchange market pursuant to Ministerial Enactment No. 421 of the year 1993.
Industrial Development and Workers Bank of Egypt | Cairo Update: 2015-05-07
National Bank of Egypt | Cairo Update: 2017-01-06
National Bank of Egypt (NBE) is one of the largest and oldest bank in Egypt with total assets of EGP 520 billion. NBE offers housing finance, personal loans, auto loans, credit cards and all types of deposit instruments. Also the Bank offers a full range of services to businesses, delivered with a high level of personal service.
Principal Bank for Development and Agricultural Credit (PBDAC) | Giza Update: 2015-05-07
QNB ALAHLI | Cairo Update: 2015-10-06
QNB ALAHLI (formerly NSGB) is one of the largest private banks operating in Egypt. The Bank provides a wide range of banking services to private and corporate clients. QNB ALAHLI has more than 175 branches covering 24 governorates, 360 ATM and more than 4,800 banking professionals. Total assets: EGP 103.3 billion (as of December 31, 2014). Net profit: EGP 2.3 billion (2014).
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