Owing to Banque Misr’s pioneering role in the domain of
online collection transactions and its stature as one of the major Egyptian
banks operating in the field of electronic payment cards and services, the Bank
recently concluded a collaboration agreement with Cairo Airport Company. The
agreement was signed by Mr. Moataz Galal Metawee – Head of Cards Business,
Payments and E-channels at Banque Misr and Mr. Magdy Ishaq – Chairman of the
Board of Cairo Airport, in the attendance of distinguished executives representing
This protocol comes in line with Banque Misr’s provision
and development of electronic collection services for all services rendered by
the Company; including the establishment and management of commercial,
economic, touristic and other projects. This is in addition to services
relating to serving aviation companies, passengers and visitors of Cairo
airport; and “Ahlan” VIP service, with the aim of making the departure and
travel experience a more pleasant and convenient one and expediting passenger
travel procedures as much as possible. These services are provided around the
clock and banking cards are accepted via the Company’s website, BM Wallet and
other electronic wallets through the QR Code.
The agreement comes in light of Banque Misr’s strive to
expand the use of online payments and make them available to all social
segments, in order to offer convenient transactions to users and beneficiaries.
It also contributes to fulfilling the aims of financial inclusion as a national
state objective that is aligned with the policies of the National Council for
Electronic Payments, which call for promoting online payment means and channels
instead of cash.
Banque Misr has always keenly supported state efforts for
digital transformation, by offering electronic solutions that cater to
customers and which significantly improve the quality of banking and financial
services. The Bank also seeks to preserve its long-standing success, which is
founded on fulfilling the needs of its customers and achieving sustainable
development and prosperity for Egypt.