ADIB-Egypt Inaugurates 8 New Branches as Part of its Redistribution Strategy
Cairo, Egypt, 10 December, 2015: Stemming from its belief in the importance of the Egyptian market, Abu Dhabi Islamic Bank (ADIB)-Egypt has been diligently working on optimizing its nationwide presence by relocating some of its 70 branches in Egypt to more accessible locations across the country. In 2015 the bank inaugurated branches in Maadi, Nady El Shams, Hurghada, El Shiekh Zayed and Cairo Festival City, with three more about to open in Miami, Alexandria, on Batal Ahmed Abdl Aziz street and in Luxor.
ADIB-Egypt is committed to the Egyptian market and seeks to continuously strengthen its presence and enhance its customers’ banking experience.
“We are keen on improving our geographic locations and expanding our branches network to better serve the largest number of customers and increase accessibility. We are proud to be present in 22 of the 28 governorates in Egypt, which reinforces the bank’s commitment to accessibility and expansion. Optimizing our network helps us better serve the Egyptian economy by facilitating customers’ access to our unique banking services,” said Ahmed Effat, ADIB-Egypt Head of Retail.
To allow more customers to have expedient access to services ADIB has further relocations planned for 2016. The goal is not merely to bolster its geographic presence, but also to improve its network’s effectiveness, step up customer convenience and leverage scale to provide customers with an unparalleled banking experience. ADIB-Egypt branches are designed in line with the highest specifications, aiming to redefine customers’ banking experience. Dedicated Gold customer sections cater to the unique needs of VIP customers ensuring they receive outstanding service in the comfort and privacy they require to conduct their transactions.
“To better cater to all of our customers’ needs we have expanded the scope of our products and services on the consumer business front, adding innovative products such USD Sukuk, Titanium Cash Back Cards, security chips for credit and debit cards, as well bank assurance products and financing for small businesses and doctors’ clinics, to our portfolio,” Mr Effat said, adding that “plans for 2016 for the bank’s retail sector will focus on internet banking as it is the gateway to financial inclusion – a worthy goal and a priority for us all at ADIB.”