The International Cooperation and Donor Projects Unit introduces the best international practices and latest financial trends to the Egyptian Banking and Financial Sector, through conducting in-country and out-of-country programs Which enhances the technical and managerial skills of the entire sector in order to bridge the gap between the Egyptian and international know-how. Additionally, the Unit organizes study tours and field visits to the entire banking sector worldwide to witness and acquire the latest international trends. Besides, we maintain successful relations with donors, to support EBI’s initiatives and assist in achieving its objectives.
It is our strategic responsibility to approach appropriate donors and utilize funds reasonably to support EBI’s activities and new initiatives, and to act as a demand-driven unit to the market needs, and to assist banks in maintaining appropriate international exposure.
- Certified Financial Analyst (CFA)
Through the International Cooperation and Donor projects unit, EBI was able to get a finance program from the USAID, which provided the necessary support in granting EBI the International Accreditation for 5 years which is considered to be the longest accreditation period provided from ACCET.
Additionally, a cooperation is taking place in order to support the small and medium enterprises programs:
Agence Francaise de Development (AFD):
Cooperation support The agricultural small and medium projects.
International Labour Organziation (ILO):
Cooperation within the framework of preparing successful entrepreneurs.
Cooperation with the World Bank supporting the SME’s projects in addition to the financial inclusion Projects.
- House of Training ATTF:
ATTF is one of the main strategic donors that offers its continuous support for programs, both local and international.
Through this cooperation EBI initiated the SME unit, which is one of the main pillars for the banking sector reformation adopted by the Central Bank of Egypt
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