Contact Financial Holding, a leading non-bank financial services company, has been awarded the “Fastest Growing Financial Institution in Egypt” award from The Global Economics, an expert in the field of analysis.
Contact won this global award in recognition of its customer-centric strategy and innovative and flexible agenda.
Saeed Zaatar, CEO of Contact Financial Group Holding, expressing his happiness at the company winning this award, saying, “This win represents a turning point in our journey, and we are proud to have won this global award and distinguished ourselves in a highly competitive and always changing market due to multiple environmental factors such as the Egyptian market.”
He stressed that this award strengthened Contact Financial Holding’s position in the Egyptian market, and has proven that it is a leading company through its high-quality services and implementation of digital transformation.
For her part, Yasmina Fahmy, General Manager of Marketing and Digital Transformation for Contact Financial Holding Group, said, “Winning an international award such as The Global Economics is the best evidence of our ability to overcome market challenges and offer innovative and valuable products for consumer finance, in addition to activating the role of digital transformation.”
She added, “This confirms the success of the vision and long-term strategy of Contact Financial Holding Group and the added value that we bring to the Egyptian market, which is one of the largest booming markets in the region and the world.”
In turn, The Global Economics said that the criteria that led to Contact Financial Holding’s winning of the “Fastest Growing Financial Institution in Egypt” award took into account several factors.
This included showing commitment to their clients throughout their more than 20 years of work, and which is clearly demonstrated in their ability to operate successfully during major economic and global events.
These include such events as the global recession in 2008, the political turmoil in Egypt after 2011, and the ability to successfully emerge from the economic crisis caused by the emerging coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.