Banque Misr

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Banque Misr
Native nameبنك مصر
IndustryBanking and Financial Services
FoundedCairo, Egypt (April 13, 1920 (1920-04-13))
Founder(s)Talaat Pasha Harb
HeadquartersCairo, Egypt
Number of locations495
Services
Operating income
[1]
Net income
  • IncreaseEGP 1.161 Billion (2013)
  • EGP 709 million (2012)
Total assets
  • IncreaseEGP 218.2 Billion (2013)
  • EGP 187.8 Billion (2012)
Websitewww.banquemisr.com
 
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Banque Misr
Native nameبنك مصر
IndustryBanking and Financial Services
FoundedCairo, Egypt (April 13, 1920 (1920-04-13))
Founder(s)Talaat Pasha Harb
HeadquartersCairo, Egypt
Number of locations495
Services
Operating income
[1]
Net income
  • IncreaseEGP 1.161 Billion (2013)
  • EGP 709 million (2012)
Total assets
  • IncreaseEGP 218.2 Billion (2013)
  • EGP 187.8 Billion (2012)
Websitewww.banquemisr.com
For Egypt's central bank, please see Central Bank of Egypt

Banque Misr (Arabic: بنك مصر‎) (Translated: The Bank of Egypt) is an Egyptian bank founded by industrialist Talaat Pasha Harb in 1920.

Operations[edit]

The bank has branch offices in all of Egypt's governorates, and currency exchange and work permit offices for foreign workers in Egypt.

History[edit]

Talaat Harb and Medhat Yakan at the opening of a new branch of Banque Misr in 1935.
Misr established Misr American International Bank (MAIB) with Bank of America.
Misr established Misr Exterior Bank in a joint venture with Banco Exterior de Espana.

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