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Business - Financial Institutions

Ahmed Ali & Mohamed Hamdy - 2014-11-10 11:45:10
Egypt's Social Fund for Development (SFD) reported total cumulative finance portfolio for small, micro-sized and infrastructure projects worth EGP 23 billion, said the secretary-general Soha Soliman. Speaking to Amwal Al Ghad on Sunday, Soliman clarified that the small and micro-sized enterprises seized EGP 19 billion of SFD’s total portfolio; while the infrastructure sector captured EGP 4 billion. Since the beginning of 2014, SFD signed a number of financing contracts with foreign countries and institutions, including $350 million from the World Bank Group and the Arab Fund in addition to €80 million from the French Development Agency (Agence Française de Développement AFD). The SFD is in final stage of talks to sign a new contract with one of the foreign entities, announced Soliman, but declined to mention its name. More»
Islam Abdelhameed - 2014-11-09 11:24:02
Egypt’s Delta Insurance Company renewed a few days ago its agreements with the international reinsurers for one further year, chairman El-Sayed El-Gohary announced. Speaking to Amwal Al Ghad on Sunday, the Egyptian official said Delta Insurance renewed its reinsurance agreements with both Munich Re and Swiss Re. The renewal agreements were signed without imposing strict conditions from the reinsurer parties, thanks to the company’s good results besides following the technical underwriting standards to ensure the optimal insurance coverage services, El-Gohary noted.Delta Insurance is a public company, listed on Egyptian Exchange since July 1996. It operates within the insurance sector focusing on multi-line insurance. It has 4 subsidiaries operating across Egypt, working on materials, life & health insurance and health care facilities. Delta Insurance is based in Giza, Egypt and was established in September 1980. More»
Mohamed Hamdy - 2014-11-08 10:24:25
Operations Manager of Micro Finance Sector at Social Fund for Development (SFD) Nevine Badreldin said the cumulative portfolio of micro projects estimated at EGP5 billion and about 1.5 million clients have benefited from it. She added that the total outstanding portfolio of projects reached EGP500 million at the end of October, the number of benefited clients reached 235.000. There are around 440 associations in which are currently dealing with SFD alongside only 4 banks, Badreldin emphasized. Banque Du Caire has recently signed a contract with SFD worth EGP300 million in order to go for financing micro projects Funded by the World Bank. Furthermore, this agreement comes in the frame cooperation between SFD and Banque Du caire that may valued at EGP500 million through financing contracts. More»
Al Zahraa Mostafa - 2014-11-05 12:40:02
Egypt’s Arab Orient Takaful Insurance Company has won an insurance policy for Four Seasons Hotel’s premise CEO Mohamed Moustafa Abdel Rasoul said. Speaking to Amwal Al Ghad on Wednesday, Abdel Rasoul said the insurance policy would be with total premiums worth 3 million Egyptian pounds (US$ 419.545 million). As pursuant to the insurance policy, Arab Orient will provide insurance coverage to the bank against all risks of fire, burglary, and other dangers related to the hotel’s premise, he elaborated. Elsewhere, Abdel Rasoul further referred that his company started renewing for one further year its agreements with the foreign reinsurers. Arab Orient is dealing with multiple foreign reinsurers, led by Scor Re. More»
Amwal Al Ghad English - 2014-11-03 15:19:41
The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday took no action on a closely watched case that challenges a key part of the Obamacare healthcare law and could limit the availability of federal health insurance subsidies for millions of Americans. The legal fight concerns whether the subsidies vital to the implantation of the 2010 Affordable Care Act should be available in all 50 states or only in some. The case was brought by conservative challengers to the law who were appealing a July ruling by the 4th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals that upheld the subsidies. The high court could have announced on Monday whether or not it would hear the case. The next chance for the court to announce if it plans to take it up is Nov. 10. The healthcare law, considered one of President Barack Obama's signature achievements, set up health insurance exchanges and tax-credit subsidies to help people afford insurance premiums. The measure, intended to give Americans greater access to affordable health insurance, was passed by Congress despite unified opposition from Republicans. In 2014, 8 million consumers signed up for healthcare coverage via the exchanges. The plaintiffs say that, based on the language in the law, the subsidies may only be paid in states that have their own online health insurance exchanges. A total of 36 states do not have exchanges of their own. Five million people could be affected, analysts have estimated, if the Obama administration loses the legal fight and subsidies disappear from the federal marketplaces that have been set up in states that did not create their own exchanges. The case is King v. Burwell, U.S. Supreme Court, No. 14-114. More»
Al Zahraa Mostafa - 2014-11-03 13:39:21
Misr Insurance Company – Property has renewed its health insurance policy for the families of employees working for the Egyptian Central Bank, sources with knowledge of the talks told Amwal Al Ghad. The sources noted that the health insurance policy is with total premiums worth 10 million Egyptian pounds ($1.4 million). It is a one-year renewable term and will provide health insurance services for 16.000 individuals, they added. Moreover, the sources clarified that health insurance coverage limit for each family member amounts to EGP 30.000. The policy includes the coverage of the costs of medical examinations, x-rays, analyses, operations, endoscopes, dental treatment, and eyeglasses in addition to providing medicines for the families of CBE’s employees. More»
Al Zahraa Mostafa - 2014-11-02 15:34:07
Misr Insurance Company – Property has won a health insurance policy, with total premiums worth 4 million Egyptian pounds, sources with knowledge of the talks said. As pursuant to the policy, Misr Insurance will provide health insurance services for the employees of Egypt’s telecom regulator, the National Telecommunication Regulatory Authority (NTRA), the sources noted. The sources further told Amwal Al Ghad that the policy is a one-year renewable term, to serve 1450 NTRA employees. The policy is set to cover the costs of medical examinations, x-rays, analyses, operations, endoscopes, dental treatment, and eyeglasses in addition to providing NTRA’s employees and families with medicines. More»
Islam Abdelhameed - 2014-11-01 11:37:04
The Egyptian Industrial Development Authority (IDA) will launch a tender to offer a medical insurance for its employees and families, senior sources from the authority said. The sources further told Amwal Al Ghad that the medical insurance policy would be a one-year renewable term. The total value of the policy is set to reach 30 million Egyptian pounds, designated to provide medical insurance coverage for around one thousand employees alongside their families. The policy is also set to cover the costs of medical examinations, x-rays, analyses, operations, endoscopes, dental treatment, and eyeglasses in addition to providing the IDA’s employees and families with medicines. Moreover, the sources stated that IDA would determine when to open the financial and technical envelopes as a prelude to announcing the winning insurance company. More»
Amwal Al Ghad English - 2014-11-01 08:44:55
The International Monetary Fund (IMF) mission will start on November 11 its consultations in Cairo, under Article IV, to assess the country's economic performance, said Jerry Rice, IMF media manager. He added, in a press conference in Washington,that the mission will hold consultations over two weeks with officials from the Egyptian government and the central bank about Egypt's economic and fiscal policies. Earlier this month, IMF cut its growth forecast for the Egyptian economy on the back of security concerns affecting vital tourism revenues, according to Ahram Online. The economy is expected to grow 3.5 % in the fiscal year starting July 2014, the IMF said today in its October 2014 Middle East and Central Asia Economic Outlook report, down from 4.1 % predicted last April. Growth for the fiscal year ending 30 June 2014 was 2.2 %,. The IMF partially attributed its forecast cuts to security issues "keeping tourism a way from Egypt and hampering Egyptian gas exports" that offset the recovery sensed in the country's manufacturing activity and foreign direct investment (FDI) flow. Structural issues, such as electricity supply disruptions, further weakening of private investment confidence in the Egyptian economy, are also to blame the international lender said. More»
Islam Abdelhameed - 2014-10-30 12:27:13
Egypt’s Wethaq Takaful Insurance registered 15% growth in premiums during first quarter of current fiscal year, said the technical general manager Mohamed Abdel Mawla. During Q1, the company posted a volume of premiums worth EGP 25.4 million versus EGP 22 million for the same comparable period a year earlier. Furthermore, Abdel Mawla also told Amwal Al Ghad that the volume of paid compensations for Wethaq’s clients reached around 12.8 million in Q1, 16.3% up from EGP 11 million by end of September 2013. Wethaq is targeting a 14% growth in its volume of written premiums to be EGP 120 million by end of June 2015, opposed to EGP 105.2 million during last fiscal year 2013/2014. Following recent inauguration of its new office in Mohandessin, Wethaq currently has a network of branches amounting to 4 located in Alexandria, Mansoura, and Nasr City district in addition to its main headquarters in Dokki. More»