Commercial International Bank (CIB) was founded in 1975 as Chase National Bank, a joint venture between Chase Manhattan Bank and the National Bank of Egypt (NBE) with ownership of 49% and 51%, respectively. In 1987, Chase divested its ownership stake as part of a shift in its international strategy. NBE acquired that stake, renaming the former joint venture Commercial International Bank (CIB).
CIB is Egypt’s leading private-sector bank. It is an award-winning institution dedicated to creating outstanding stakeholder value and providing superior customer service solutions to a broad range of clients.
The Bank’s dynamic business model and commitment to fully integrating superior technology into its products and services allow it to maintain its market leadership and to offer staff an engaging work environment while generating mounting value.
The Bank serves an expansive network of retail Customers and enterprises and institutions that drive the Egyptian economy.
For several years, CIB has also enjoyed the titles of most profitable banks operating in Egypt and the bank of choice for over 500 of Egypt’s largest corporations. CIB was also named the World’s Best Bank in the Emerging Markets at the Global Finance 2018 special awards ceremony, one year after it was awarded the same title from Euromoney.