Moody's Investors Service (Moody's) has placed the B3 long-term local and foreign currency deposit ratings for review on all Moody's rated banks in Egypt.
This comes within the framework of the CBE's continuous efforts to facilitate banking transactions for women; in order to promote financial inclusion in society by achieving gender equality in benefiting from banking services.
Loans and advances portfolio reached EGP 53.9 billion. Total assets reached EGP 85.7 billion and the deposit portfolio has grown by 30.4% by the end of 2022.
This came in a report issued by the Central Bank of Egypt (CBE) on Wednesday.
The CBE stated in a recent report issued on Wednesday, the banks’ net revenues amounted to about LE 331.202 billion at the end of December, compared to LE 225.807 billion at the end of September.
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It added that large private-sector banks are better-placed to withstand currency depreciation than the two largest public-sector banks, National Bank of Egypt (NBE) and Banque Misr (BM), due to their higher regulatory capital buffers.
The capital of the five major banks amounted to about LE 109.599 billion, accounting for 47.6 percent of the total banks' capital amounting to LE 229.834 billion at the end of last March.
The financial stability report issued by the CBE showed that the growth rate of these settlements amounted to 50 percent during 2020 on an annual basis.
Cairo has shown an early interest in supporting this sector, Etreby acknowledged, noting that this started even before the coronavirus pandemic.
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At the National Bank of Egypt (NBE) and Banque Misr, the dollar rate remained stable, recording LE 15.64 for buying and LE 15.74 for selling.
CBE’s data indicated that the activity’s revenues amounted to LE 117.296 billion during the first 3 months of 2021, while total expenditures recorded about LE 87.305 billion.
Fitch expected continued pressure on operating profitability due to lower interest rates and higher loan impairment charges as borrower support measures end.
The balance sheets of the banks working in Egypt, except CBE, have risen to EGP 7.022 trillion by the end of December 2020, up from EGP 5.856 billion by the end of December 2019.
The dollar price registered LE 15.56 for buying and LE 15.66 for selling at eight banks.
‘The stable 2021 outlook for Egypt's banking system balances profitability and loan book pressures against sound liquidity and a stable government credit profile,” it stated.
CBE attributed the decision in a periodic book on its website to strengthen the capital base of banks to face potential risks, as a result of the continuing crisis of the spread of the coronavirus.
The Egyptian banks' assets and reserves abroad returned to their previous record levels, a matter which reflects the success of the monetary policy.