ASSET Technology aims to provide its Banking customers with comprehensive, innovative and unrivalled solutions that meet their ever-growing and changing requirements in more efficient, cost effective and faster ways. Our various solutions brings together the collective talent of the leaders in the marketplace focused on creating the integrated, end-to-end solutions our banking customers demand and guarantees that we are equipped to provide the skills and services they require.

ASSET Technology's Major Banking Customers
  • HSBC

    HSBC Bank Egypt is one of the largest multinational banks operating in Egypt

  • Crédit Agricole Bank

    Crédit Agricole Egypt is a subsidiary of the Crédit Agricole Bank Group, a market leader in Universal Customer-Focused banking and one of the largest banks

  • Central Bank of Egypt - CBE

    The Central Bank of Egypt (CBE) is an autonomous regulatory body, assuming the authorities and powers vested therein by Law No. 88 for 2003

  • Al Baraka Bank

    The Egyptian Saudi Finance Bank started practicing its business and activities since more than 20 years.

  • Arab African International Bank

    Arab African International Bank was established by Special Law as a Joint Venture between the Central bank of Egypt and Kuwait Investment Authority

  • Egyptian Gulf Bank

    Egyptian Gulf Bank (EGB) was established in 1981, under the investment law 43/1974 and its amendment by Egyptian & Arab businessmen

  • Piraeus Bank

    Founded in 1916, Piraeus Bank operated as a private credit institution, while for the period 1975-1991

  • QNB

    Qatar National Bank is a Qatari commercial bank headquartered in Doha, Qatar. As of 2014, it is the second largest bank in Africa and the Middle East in terms of assets

  • Banque Du Caire

    Banque du Caire, or "Bank of Cairo", is a full-service bank headquartered in Cairo. The bank operates over 150 branches in Egypt

  • CIB

    The Commercial International Bank is the largest private-sector bank in Egypt. The company corporate headquarters are located in Cairo, Egypt.

  • SAIB

    was established on the 21st of March, 1976, as the first joint Arab Bank working in Egypt to abide by the provisions of the investment law 43 of the year 1974

  • Alex Bank

    The Bank of Alexandria is one of the largest banks in Egypt, with 210 branches across the country. It has a market share of almost 7% and had assets of 5.2 billion euros as of 2006

  • GAFI

    GAFI is an affiliate of the Ministry of Investment (MOI) and the principal government body regulating and facilitating investment in Egypt.

  • Capital Market Authority

    Founded in 1996, Egypt's first not-for-profit professional organization in the securities industry. It is dedicated primarily to providing a forum for all capital market participants