|26 January, 2020

Investment Banking Advisory Firm and Investment Management Company by International Finance Magazine for 2019

For the Second Consecutive Year NI Capital Emerges as "Fastest Growing"

Investment Banking Advisory Firm and Investment Management Companynbsp;by International Finance Magazine for 2019

For the second consecutive year, NI Capital wins “Fastest Growing Investment Banking Advisory Firm” with an additional award this year for “Fastest Growing Investment Management Company” by International Finance Magazine in its Financial Awards Category for 2019.  International Finance is a premium financial and business analysis magazine, published by UK’s International Finance Publications Ltd.

Mr. Mohamed Metwally, CEO & MD at NI Capital Holding commented on the win noting, “We are delighted to have been awarded this prize for the second consecutive year in a row in recognition of our continuous effort to expand our business in the Egyptian market to bridge the gap between the private and public sectors.” He went on to say, “This award is dedicated to the tireless efforts of NI Capital employees and the unwavering commitment of its shareholders.”

Mr. Ihab Swellem, Managing Director of Investment Banking Advisory Services at NI Capital said, “We are committed to supporting the efforts of the Government of Egypt and a multitude of private sector business partners to provide non-banking financial services in a distinct and professional manner to cement our leadership. Our cooperation with the government in implementing the IPO Program is a testament of this distinction.”

Mr. Hazem Kamel, Managing Director of Investment Management at NI Capital said, “This year, NI Capital has also won Fastest Growing Investment Management Company by the prestigious IFM; our Investment Management division focuses on growth, impact investing, and sustainable development; managing funds on behalf of the government, institutional investors, and financial institutions in a diverse range of asset classes to drive greater economic impact.” He went on to say, “In this regard, we are proud of our role in establishing and managing the first national investment charity education fund, Education Is Life, managing the fund as an endowment in an institutional and professional manner. "

NI Capital Holding is a wholly owned subsidiary of the National Investment Bank (NIB); working on managing several cross-ministerial national projects to bridge the public and private sectors by leveraging its unique positioning with key leadership and decision-making circles, and major domestic and international financial institutions to promote economic cooperation and development in the Egyptian market.

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