Emirates NBD Egypt announces the winner of its Business Banking Loans Campaign Grand Prize quotEGP 2 Millionquot

Emirates NBD Egypt announces the winner of its Business Banking Loans Campaign Grand Prize "EGP 2 Million"

1 Min | 14 March 2022
Emirates NBD Egypt announced Mr. Halim Abdel-Hassib, CEO of New Bavley for Food Company and a client of the bank's Suez branch, as the winner of its latest Business Banking loans' campaign grand prize entitled for full loan amount equivalent to EGP 2 million.

Cairo - 14th of March 2022: Emirates NBD Egypt announced Mr. Halim Abdel-Hassib, CEO of New Bavley for Food Company and a client of the bank's Suez branch, as the winner of its latest Business Banking loans' campaign grand prize entitled for full loan amount equivalent to EGP 2 million.

To support small and medium businesses, Emirates NBD Egypt launched a loans campaign back in January, aimed at easing up the requirements and accelerating the funding process for small and medium businesses. During the campaign, the bank runs a monthly raffle draw on 10 winners; 9 of which will get the chance to win their first loan instalment back (capped at EGP 50,000), and 1 lucky winner will get the chance to win his full loan amount back (capped at EGP 2 million).

"We are glad about how the campaign resonated with our clients, and the huge turnout it received; it is a testament to a strong and recovering economy where small and medium businesses are back in commerce, promising more job opportunities and further economic growth." said Mohamed Berro, CEO, Emirates NBD Egypt.

It is also worth mentioning that Emirates NBD Egypt has announced that this year, 2022, will witness a variety of programs and campaigns designed to support small and medium businesses and will allow them access to facilitated support tools they might need. Small and medium businesses are the companies with annual turnover stands between EGP 1 million and EGP 200 million.

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