Arab African International Bank

AAIB aims to create a financial institution that would leverage the wealth of the region not just the Egyptian market, but to be the financial backbone of this regional ambition, providing innovative products and services.

Arab African International Bank’s treaty of establishment was signed by the late Egyptian president Gamal Abdel Nasser and H E Gabr Al Ahmed Al Gabr Al Sabbah Kuwait’s former Crown Prince. Arab African International Bank was established by a 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 49.37% stake, the Central Bank of Egypt and the Kuwait Investment Authority constitute the core of AAIB’s shareholder base with a dollar-based equity 

Internet Banking

Save your time & effort. AAIB introduces the electronic banking services (e-banking). Instantly access your accounts wherever you are and whenever you want.

 With AAIB E-Banking you can view the following:

  • Accounts: Check balance & transactions of all your accounts (up to the last 24 months)
  • Rates: View interest rates of accounts, certificates, time deposits & foreign currencies exchange rates
  • Cards: Check balance and card transactions of all your Credit / Debit & ATM cards (up to the last 24 months)
  • Deposits: View details of your deposits and certificates
    • Inquire about the interest proceeds you would receive if you redeem your deposit or certificate
    • Use simulators to find out the periodic interest payment for a certificate you may wish to book with AAIB
  • Loans: View loan details (payment date, installment amount, full settlement amount, maturity date) & loan statement. Use simulators to find out monthly installment for a loan you may wish to apply for
  • Chequebooks: Request a new cheque book. View details of your cheques – status (paid, unpaid, stopped), payment dates, beneficiary names


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Contact Details

Head Office: 5 Midan El Saray El Koubra,Garden City, Cairo.

Inquiries : [email protected]: [email protected]

Hotline : 19555 (24/7)
UAE’s Hotline : 800 2242 (24/7)
(800 AAIB)
International Calls : (+202) 226733107
Western Union : 16430