Arab African International Bank was established by Special Law as a Joint Venture between the Central Bank of Egypt (CBE) and Kuwait Investment Authority (KIA), and was incorporated in 1964 as Egypt’s first Arab multinational Bank, with each party holding a 37% stake. The Central Bank of Egypt and the Kuwait Investment Authority are the core of AAIB’s shareholder base.

As part of its mission to offer an ever-evolving array of services to the entire region, AAIB developed new business arms to that The Bank’s growth was propelled in 2008 with the establishment of four subsidiaries; Arab African Investment Holding (AAIH), Arab African Investment Management (AAIM), Arab African International Securities (AAIS) and Arab African International Mortgage Finance (AAIMF). The establishment of which transformed AAIB from a Bank to a full-fledged Financial Group.

  • Central Bank of Egypt
  • Kuwaity Investment Authority
  • Others

AAIS seeks to be one of the leading brokerage companies in the AAIS is focused to offer clients all the investment tools needed to reach the welfare and satisfaction, which leads to global growth.

AAIB’s Financial Group Structure