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Banque Misr actively participates in the "International Women's Day" and offers many advantages and free offers in support of financial inclusion under the auspices of the Central Bank of Egypt

Mar 08, 2022 12:00 AM

Proceeding from Banque Misr’s keenness to support the state’s efforts to achieve financial inclusion, and in line with Egypt’s 2030 vision to achieve sustainable development, the bank has provided many advantages and free offers on the occasion ofInternational Women's Day is sponsored by the Central Bank of Egypt. This comes from his belief in the importance of achieving financial inclusion, which aims to enable all segments of society to access financial products and services that meet their different needs, such as savings accounts, current accounts, payment and transfer services, insurance, finance and credit. The bank has been keen to provide many benefits and free offers that serve all customers, especially women and the youth category, as they are the largest group in society, throughout the duration of the activities that extend from March 8 to March 31, 2022.


Banque Misr provides many different financial products and services with free benefits and offers on the occasion of"International Women's Day", including, for example, opening accounts for new customers without fees and without a minimum for opening accounts, the possibility of obtaining a Meeza card for instant deduction, and when subscribing to and activating the BM Wallet, 20% of the initial financial movement is recovered within The period of effectiveness with the application of the terms and conditions regulating that.


This is in addition to offering many other benefits and promotions; Including exemption from the fees of issuing the prepaid cardTEENS for those under 16 years old, issuing a BM card for free from the age of 16 to 21 years, opening accounts for free without requiring the consent of the guardian, and opening accounts and issuing a GO card for free from the age of 21 to 30 years old. These cards are included in the youth program. This is in addition to the exemption from credit card issuance expenses in the event of obtaining a personal loan from the bank during the month of March, in addition to the presence of the bank’s employees outside the branches in many gathering places at the level of the Arab Republic of Egypt, such as, but not limited to, universities - schools - Sports clubs - youth centers - malls and others during the event period, to provide the bank's products and services and open accounts for customers.


In light of Banque Misr’s support for Egyptian women, the bank participated in the National Program for the Development of the Egyptian Family, in cooperation with the National Council for Women, in order to spread financial culture to achieve financial inclusion.

Banque Misr is always keen to participate in all the initiatives and campaigns launched by the Central Bank of Egypt, especially the campaigns to support financial inclusion, as well as support women by providing various financial services and supporting entrepreneurs who own micro-enterprises, which contributes significantly to supporting the Egyptian economy and raising People's standard of living. It is also considered one of the first banks to contribute to education and financial inclusion since its launch in Egypt in 2014 under the auspices of the Central Bank of Egypt, in addition to adopting several educational and financial inclusion programs, for example, supporting small and medium-sized enterprises within the “Nile Pioneers” initiative under the auspices of the Bank. The Central Bank of Egypt, and the Bank is working with its full capacity to develop and introduce banking products that suit all age groups and in line with the current technological development, to keep pace with the aspirations of customers, as well as take into account the marginalized groups “not dealing with banks” in an effort to include them and achieve financial inclusion.