Bank seeks to push cooperation with EBRD to benefit from its experience in serving sectors, economic activities targeted in Egypt: CEO of AAIB
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Candidate previously served as deputy chairperson of NBE, member of board of directors of TE
The series of branches includes Souhag, Sukhna port, Mandara, Abbasia, Shams Club, Obour Buildings
Funding solidifies bank’s role in supporting energy sector, says AAIB CEO
The Arab African International Bank (AAIB) has successfully contributed to financing the largest solar power project in Egypt and the Middle East in Benban, Aswan, becoming the largest solar power plant in the region with a target capacity of 1.8 GW. According to Hassan Abdalla, executive director of the AAIB, Egypt is one of the …
Banks should shift traditional operations towards microfinance, entrepreneurship, SMEs, says Hassan Abdalla, CEO of Arab African International Bank (AAIB)
The Arab African International Bank (AAIB) has developed some of its branches to suit special needs clients, as part of the bank’s keenness to achieve financial inclusion. The bank has developed the sidewalks and entrances to make them wheelchair accessible. It also equipped some of the branches with teller windows of different heights. Hassan Abdullah, …
The bank signed a memorandum of understanding with the General Authority for the SCZone to be present in the region and offer investors there support
Bank attracts EGP 25bn new deposits during first nine months of 2015
MOSTADAM was jointly established by the AAIB, the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), and the Egyptian Corporate Responsibility Centre (ECRC) in 2012
Financing tuition fees ranges between EGP 15,000 and EGP 600,000 loan up to seven years, says Bahnasawy
As such, AAIB is the first bank in Egypt to embrace sustainable finance as a strategic concept that coherently ties with its notion of growth.
Bank launches14 new branches, number of ATMs increases to 321
Donations ranged between $250,000 and $1m, the official noted
The fund portfolio for companies at the bank reached EGP 31.4bn by the end of March 2015, a rise of 11.33% compared to December 2014.