|Banque Du Caire||61.13|
|National Bank of Egypt||13.37|
|Kato Aromatic SAE||12.03|
Banque du Caire is one of the largest and oldest commercial banks in Egypt, offering a full range of banking services to its customers through a network of branches and banking units across the country. To date there is a total of 235 branches and banking units backed up with 497 ATMs spread nationwide in addition to its presence in Uganda.
In 2014, Banque du Caire has been ranked, for the 2nd successive year, no 1 in North Africa and Middle East Region for the Return on Capital, as per The Banker magazine’s worldwide ranking for the Top 100 Arab Banks in 2014.
Banque Misr is an Egyptian bank founded by an Industrialist Talaat Pasha Harb in 1920.The bank was nationalized in 1960, and its Headquarters are in Cairo Egypt. The banks operations are extensive with up to 495 locations countrywide.
Since 1920, Banque Misr has been concerned with the establishment of companies in various fields, including spinning and weaving, insurance, transportation, aviation and cinema, and has continued to support all its activities at a steady rate, Banque Misr currently owns equity in 162 projects including financial, industrial, tourism, housing, Agri and food, general service, in addition to projects in the field of communication and information.
Banque Misr has also established major investment funds in Egypt as a part of a diversified portfolio, and has been granted an award by the Global Finance Treasury and Cash Management Awards, as the “Best Provider of Money Market Funds in Africa and the Middle East for the year 2009 and 2010”, and “Best Provider of Money Market Funds in the Middle East for the year 2008, 2012, 2013 and 2014”, and “Best provider of short- term investments/ money market funds in the Middle East 2015 and 2016
National Bank of Egypt is the oldest and largest bank in Egypt. Founded in June 1898, It has 338 branches within the country, assets of EGP 366,6 bn., total deposits of EGP 312,7 bn., and total loans and advances of EGP 114,7 bn.