Corporate Banking

Efficient financial management and sound capital structure are the key elements behind maximizing firm's profitability. QNB ALAHLI's Corporate & Investment Banking activities provide high value added and customized solutions to help maintaining and enhancing the financial health of the firm.

With more than 40 years of market presence & expertise, our Corporate & Investment Banking activities continue to be well recognized in the Egyptian market leveraging on:

  • QNB ALAHLI's solid position as one of the largest private bank in Egypt.
  • High innovation abilities combined with strong execution capabilities.
  • The diversity of our products & services covering key industries and sectors in the market.
  • Our integrated financial services with full synergy with QNB ALAHLI's affiliated specialized companies.
  • Our strong expertise represented in our highly qualified and dedicated Corporate & Investment Banking Team.
  • The high quality service level at the best practice industry norms with continuous & up-to-minute market adaptation.
  • Strong branches network with wide geographical coverage.

QNB ALAHLI's Corporate & Investment Banking activities are targeting medium/large size companies. Given the diversity of our products & services, our clientele base is wide & diversified. We maintain very strong longstanding relationships with prominent and active Egyptian players & multinational companies as well as several public & private holding companies & groups operating in all the different economical sectors in Egypt.

 

CIBD Awards:

  • Best syndicated loan in Africa by Emeafinance 2015
  • Best telecommunication deal in Africa by Emeafinance 2016
  • Best transport infrastructure deal in Africa by Emeafinance 2016
  • MENA transport deal of the year by IJglobal 2016
  • Best syndicate loan in Africa by Emeafinance 2017
  • Best project finance deal in Africa by Emeafinance 2017
  • Best refinance deal in Africa 2018
  • Best agribusiness deal of the year 2018
  • Best syndicated loan in north Africa 2018