Abu Dhabi Islamic Capital-Egypt, the investment arm of Abu Dhabi Islamic Bank (ADIB)-Egypt, managed to implement deals worth EGP 16bn since the establishment of the company in October 2012, according to Zeinab Hashim, the CEO and managing director of the company.
Hashim explained that the activity of the company in the field of mergers and acquisitions, as well as capital markets, has grown significantly over the past few years, noting that the company has paid special attention to organising funding national projects in the field of infrastructure and local industries.
Abu Dhabi Islamic Capital-Egypt has recently received the award of the best speculation deal in 2016 from Islamic Finance News magazine, in recognition of its role in marketing financing worth EGP 2bn for the Egyptian Electricity Transmission Company (EETC).
The company offers detailed financial solutions to suit all customers, including government agencies, major private companies, and medium enterprises.
The company has provided a distinctive contribution to promote the brand of ADIB-Egypt and support its public image through successful marketing of implemented deals.
In 2016, ADIB-Egypt occupied the first place in marketing Islamic financing in Egypt, and the 11th place in marketing Islamic financing in Eastern Europe, the Middle East, and Africa with a 3% market share, where the percentage doubled in 2015.
This has helped the bank climb upwards eight places among other marketers of Islamic financing in Eastern Europe, the Middle East, and Africa. The bank also occupied the 18th place among financing marketers in Africa.