Arab African International Bank …
Since 1964 distinction carved in history
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
- rust-resistant paint made of metal painted with rust-resistant paint.
- The outside frame is made of steel painted with electrostatic paint in the bank’s special color.
- Art Work: 3M Panagraphic II.
Arab Bank headquartered in Amman, Jordan is the largest global Arab banking network with over 600 branches spanning five continents. Arab Bank is also present in key financial markets and centers such as London, Dubai, Singapore, Geneva, Paris, Frankfurt, Sydney and Bahrain.
Arab Bank provides a wide range of financial products and services for individuals, corporations and other financial institutions. The Bank’s products and services cover Consumer Banking, Corporate and Institutional Banking and Treasury services.
- The printed graphics on the facades is 3M material called 180CV-114.
- 3M Matte Overlaminate 8520.
- Bank’s name and logo are 3D stainless steel.
- Signs consists of light box installed on it 3M Special Vinyl VG8716.
- LED lights.
3M manufactured this film especially for aircrafts. This film is sold by 3M Authorized Distributors and is printed with certified inks from 3M. Being 3M Authorized Distributor enabled us to have this material and to work with it for the first time in Egypt.