The Arab Bank has increased the number of its branches in Egypt to 41 after the inauguration of its most recent branch in Giza.
Sherif Elwy, chairperson of the Arab Bank in Egypt, said that the opening of the new branch is part of the bank’s strategy to enhance its local spread and its commitment to being the closest and best choice to all of its clients.
This local spread represents one of the many channels to communicate with the bank’s clients. Other ways include ATMs, online banking through “Arabi Online,” and smart phone application “Arabi Mobile.”
According to Dina Zekry, head of the banking services department for individuals at the bank, the new branch offers an integrated group of banking services to clients, which depends on modern technologies, whether for opening accounts regardless of their type or on the level of the bundle of electronic banking services.
The Arab Bank has been working in Egypt since 1944, and is also present in 27 other countries through 600 branches.