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Agent of change working to spearhead the transformation and development of the Egyptian Economy

COMPANY OVERVIEW

NI Capital is a leading Egyptian financial services holding company which provides a broad range of solutions tailored to specific requirements of individual, institutional, corporate and government clients. Established in 2015 as a privately managed subsidiary of the national investment bank, NI Capital functions as an independent financial services firm, capitalizing on the extensive expertise and unique insights of its teams to create value across all sectors of the Egyptian economy.

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LEADERSHIP

NI Capital boasts a team of seasoned professionals with extensive  multi-disciplinary experience within numerous industrial sectors.

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LATEST NEWS

Minister of Planning And Economic Development Announces The Launch Of NI Capital’s First Money Market Fund

Minister of Planning and Economic Development and Chairperson of the Board of Directors of the National Investment Bank (NIB), Dr. Hala El Said, announced that NI Capital – NIB’s investment arm, has launched its money market fund “Siula”, which comes as part of its strategy of to reinforce its role in achieving financial inclusion and developing the Egyptian capital market. El-Said highlighted that the fund will invest in liquid and short-term financial instruments, including bonds; T-bills; banking deposits; certificates of deposits and other low-risk instruments. NI Capital also aims to cater for the needs and requirements of its individual and institutional

“Goodbye Julia” receives Ergo, Media Ventures’ Award at the 4th Gouna Film Festival

Sudanese director Mohamed Kordofani’s redemption drama Goodbye Julia won Ergo, Media Ventures and MAD Solutions’ joint award at the CineGouna SpringBoard that was held on the sidelines of the 4th edition of El-Gouna Film Festival (GFF). The award offered grants the winning film project distribution services across the Arab world with a minimum guarantee of $30,000 for the filmmakers. Additionally, the feature film has won the festival’s $15,000 top prize for best project in development, and secured a $10,000 award from “Sparkle Media Services”. Set in Khartoum ahead of Sudan’s division in 2011 into two separate countries, “Goodbye Julia” explores the differences

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