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About The Intesa Sanpaolo Group

About The Intesa Sanpaolo Group

With a strategic international presence the Intesa Sanpaolo Group is one of the top banking  groups in Europe with approximately 5,200 branches and 20.2 million customers globally. Its global network is comprised of International Subsidiary Banks operating in 12 countries in Central Eastern Europe, Middle Eastern and North African regions. It also maintains an International Corporate Network formed of Corporate Hubs, Representative Offices, Branches and Banks active in 25 countries across the globe.

About ALEXBANK

About ALEXBANK

About ALEXBANK

Established in 1957, ALEXBANK is today one of Egypt’s leading private sector banks, participated by the Intesa Sanpaolo Group since 2007. 

ALEXBANK owns one of the largest private sector branch networks with a total of 175 branches located in every major Egyptian governorate employing over 4,200 individuals who proudly serve about 1.6 million customers, playing a vital role in Egypt’s economic present and future. ALEXBANK actively serves the widest spectrum of segments by providing value added financial products, services and solutions to Retail, Small Business, Medium and Corporate Enterprises. 

ALEXBANK is currently in the midst of a radical digital transformation aimed at providing our customers with the most unique of banking experiences , via our seamless multi-channel experience incorporating Internet & Mobile Banking, Cards, Electronic wallets, and the latest generation of point-of-sale & ATMs, all powered through the power of Big Data and empowered by key players in the Fintech ecosystem.

Mission and Values

Mission and Values

ALEXBANK Mission

Conscious of the value of our activity in Egypt, we promote a style of growth that is attentive to financial strength and capital solidity, sustainable results and the creation of a process based on the trust deriving from customer and shareholder satisfaction, a sense of belonging on the part of our employees and close monitoring of the needs of the community and the local area.

Our identity is built on strong and shared values:

INTEGRITY: ALEXBANK pursues its goals with honesty, fairness and responsibility in the full and true respect of the rules and professional ethics and in the spirit of signed agreements.

EXCELLENCE: ALEXBANK sets itself the target of continuous improvement, farsightedness, anticipating challenges, cultivating extensive creativity aimed at innovation; moreover, it recognizes and rewards merits.

TRANSPARENCY: ALEXBANK is committed to making transparency the basis of its actions, advertising and contracts to allow all its stakeholders to make independent and informed decisions.

RESPECT FOR SPECIFIC QUALITIES: It is ALEXBANK’s intention to combine large-scale operations with profound local roots and to be a bank with a broad vision, without losing sight of individuals.

EQUALITY: ALEXBANK committed to eliminating all forms of discrimination from its conduct and to respect differences in sex, age, race, religion, political and union persuasions, language or disability.

VALUES OF INDIVIDUAL: The value of each single person is a guide for ALEXBANK’s routine, which adopts listening and dialogue as tools for continuously improving its relationships with all stakeholders.

RESPONSIBILITY IN THE USE OF RESOURCES: ALEXBANK aims to use all its resources attentively, promote behavior based on the best use of resources and the avoidance of waste and ostentation.

ALEXBANK Milestones

ALEXBANK Milestones

  • 1957: Establishment of Bank of Alexandria, operating through 43 branches and units.

  • 1961-1963: After a wave of mergers affecting 25 banks in Egypt, Bank of Alexandria stood strong and operated among only 5 banks.

  • 1972: A new governmental decree announced Bank of Alexandria’s specialization in funding the Egypt’s industrial sector.

  • 1981: Number of branches almost doubled reaching 84 branches and units.
  • 1991: Paid-in capital augmented by almost 650% YOY.

  • 1997: Bank of Alexandria launched its first bank card.

  • 2006: The Italian group Intesa Sanpaolo acquired 80% of Bank of Alexandria's’ shares.

  • 2008: The International Finance Corporation (IFC) - a member of the World Bank Group - acquired 9.75% of Bank of Alexandria's’ shares.

  • 2010: The bank’s logo and brand identity was revamped to become ALEXBANK.

  • 2016: The bank launched its strategy to create a variety of digital services platforms through powerful internet banking and Ma7fazty Mobile Wallet Application.

  • 2017: The bank announced its agreement with Liverpool Football Club, making ALEXBANK the club's official card partner for the Egyptian market.

  • 2018:The bank launched its Mobile Banking Aapplication.

  • 2019: The bank launched its one of a kind loyalty ALEXPOINTS program with a differentiated mobile application allowing customers to know their points balance and the brands where they can instantly redeem their points.

  • 2019: Iconic football player Mohamed Salah becomes the official ambassador of ALEXBANK.

  • 2019: Following in the footsteps of our parent company, who has been a member of the UNEP FI since 2006, ALEXBANK became one of the first banks in Egypt to join UNEP FI.

  • 2019: ALEXBANK has also become a Founding Signatory of the Principles for Responsible Banking (Alignment, Impact & Target Setting, Clients & Customers, Stakeholders, Governance & Culture, Transparency & Accountability)

  • 2020: Intesa Sanpaolo recovered 9.75% of the bank's shares from the International Finance Corporation.

  • 2021: ALEXBANK launched its new communication strategy “For All That Counts”

Board of Directors

Board of Directors

Dr. Ziad Ahmed Bahaa El-Din

Non-Executive Chairman of the Board of Directors Representative of Intesa Sanpaolo

Dr. Bahaa El-Din has occupied a number of high-level political and economic appointments, most notably as Egypt’s Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of International Cooperation, Executive Chairman of the Financial Regulatory Authority (FRA), Executive Chairman of the Egyptian General Authority for Investment and Free Zones (GAFI), the Legal Advisor to Egypt’s former Minister of Economy and board member in the Central Bank of Egypt. 

Dr. Bahaa El-Din, is currently the Managing Partner of Bahaa-Eldin Law Office (in Cooperation with BonelliErede) and the Managing Partner of Thebes Consultancy, and has more than 30 years of experience in the fields of legal consultancy, compliance and governance of financial institutions.  

Dr. Bahaa El-Din currently holds the positions of non-executive Board Member at AXA -Egypt, MTI, Samcrete for Industrial Development, Arabian Cement Company, NBE-UK, Saray Capital - DIFC, and Hassan Allam Holding. 

In the field of volunteer work, Dr. Bahaa El-Din is a member of the Board of Trustees of the Cairo Regional Centre for International Commercial Arbitration, a Member of the Board of Trustees of the American University in Cairo, and Chairman of the Ahmed Bahaa El-Din Cultural Foundation in Assiut.

Dr. Bahaa El-Din earned his PhD in Financial Law from the London School of Economics in 1997, and his Master’s Degree in International Business Law 
from the University of London in 1989. He earned his undergraduate degrees in law from Cairo University in 1986 and in economics from the American University in Cairo in 1987.

Mr. Dante Campioni

Chief Executive Officer and Managing Director

Dante Campioni joined ALEXBANK in January, 2015 as Chief Executive Officer & Managing Director.

Campioni brings with him strong commercial expertise gained from his diversified experience through different business units in the Intesa Sanpaolo Group, which started in 1979. His extensive Italian and international business experience featured several assignments within the Group, both in and outside Italy. Amongst the other, for about 4 years, he held the position of General Manager at the Singapore Branch of Sanpaolo IMI, he was then the Head of Europe and Mediterranean Area at the London Hub of Sanpaolo IMI for about 6 years, then Head of Corporate Banking and International Development Division in 2006/2007 at Banca IMI Milan, the Group’s investment banking arm, then the Head of Business of Mediocredito Italiano (ISP Group entity specialized in SMEs advisory and Financing) for more than 3 years.

Before his assignment in ALEXBANK, Campioni headed the Liguria and South West Piedmont region for about 3 years, one of largest Italian Areas within the ISP domestic network. Before Egypt, starting from Parma - his hometown. Campioni’s global path included Amsterdam, Frankfurt, Singapore, and London, in addition to Milan, Turin, Rome, Florence and Genoa in Italy.

Mr. Alessandro D’Oria

Non-Executive Board Member Representative of Intesa Sanpaolo

Alessandro D’Oria began his extensive experience in the Intesa Sanpaolo Group in 1987, covering many positions. He started his career in the network, initially as branch manager in Puglia and subsequently area manager in several regions, in the south and north east of Italy.

In 2011, he assumed the role of the Head of Area Puglia within the Banca dei Territori Division until 2015, when he became Head of Direzione Regionale of Milan and province, being responsible for approximately 400 branches. Finally, in 2017 he joined the International Subsidiary Banks Division as Head of the Retail sub-department, in charge of mass and small business segments, pricing, cards and payments.

He launched, with the support of the Retail team in ISBD and in collaboration with the Subsidiaries, the ongoing business transformation project named “Adopting Group Distribution Model”, aimed at fostering a proactive sales approach and building a stronger relationship with customers within the ISBD network. Last February, he was appointed Head of the Retail and Wealth Management Department, which includes Affluent and Private segments, Multichannel and CRM activities. Alessandro holds a bachelor degree in Economics and corporate organization. 

Dr.Ehab Mohammed Hassan Abouaish

Non-Executive Board Member Representative of the Public Domain

Dr. Abouaish holds a BA degree on Business Administration, MSc on Financial Management of Financial Institutions and a PhD on Financial Services from Nottingham University Business School (UK) 2001. On 2005 he got the Fulbright visiting scholars and research grant in George Washington University (USA). He has a large number of published researches and studies on international journals and conferences. Before being appointed as Vice Minister of Finance for Public Treasury on June 2018, he served as Vice-Dean for Postgraduate Studies, Research and International Affairs, Faculty of Commerce, Cairo University from September (2014) - June (2016), and Dean of Faculty of Commerce, Cairo University June (2016) – June (2018).

Professionally he served as Chairman of the Board of Directors the Centre of Research and Commercial Studies, Cairo University. Chairman of the Risk Management Committee (ERM), Misr Insurance Company. Member of a number of Board of Directors of private companies. He acted as Managerial Consultant and participated on a large number of institutional reforms and development programs and consultations on different managerial fields for Egyptian and Arabian companies for more than 15 years.

Sherine Hamed El Sharkawy

Non-Executive Board Member Representative of the Public Domain

Mrs. Sherine El Sharkawy holds a BA degree on Economics, Sep. 1986 – Jun. 1990, The American University in Cairo (AUC), Egypt. 

M Sc in Finance and Investment, Sep. 1997 – Jul. 1998, University of Exeter, United Kingdom.

Member of the Association of Graduates from British Universities in Egypt, Member of the German Arab Chamber of Industry and Commerce in Egypt & Member of the Egyptian Junior Businessmen Association in Egypt.

From June 1991 to August 1997, Manager, Credit Department, The Commercial International Bank (Previously the Chase National Bank), then Director& Head of Direct Investment, The Commercial International Bank in Cairo from August 1998 to June 2007, then Senior General Manager – Corporate Finance – Ahli United Bank (Egypt), March 2008 – Dec. 2009., she is currently Deputy Minister of Finance for Economic Affairs.

 

Executive Committee

Executive Committee

Dante Campioni

Chief Executive Officer and Managing Director

Dante Campioni joined ALEXBANK in January, 2015 as Chief Executive Officer & Managing Director.

Campioni brings with him strong commercial expertise gained from his diversified experience through different business units in the Intesa Sanpaolo Group, which started in 1979. His extensive Italian and international business experience featured several assignments within the Group, both in and outside Italy. Amongst the other, for about 4 years, he held the position of General Manager at the Singapore Branch of Sanpaolo IMI, he was then the Head of Europe and Mediterranean Area at the London Hub of Sanpaolo IMI for about 6 years, then Head of Corporate Banking and International Development Division in 2006/2007 at Banca IMI Milan, the Group’s investment banking arm, then the Head of Business of Mediocredito Italiano (ISP Group entity specialized in SMEs advisory and Financing) for more than 3 years.

Before his assignment in ALEXBANK, Campioni headed the Liguria and South West Piedmont region for about 3 years, one of largest Italian Areas within the ISP domestic network. Before Egypt, starting from Parma - his hometown. Campioni’s global path included Amsterdam, Frankfurt, Singapore, and London, in addition to Milan, Turin, Rome, Florence and Genoa in Italy.

Gianluca Corrias

Deputy CEO and an Executive Committee Member

Gianluca Corrias is the Deputy CEO at ALEXBANK and executive committee member. He joined ALEXBANK in 2021.

 

Corrias has over 30 years of experience in the banking sector. He started his career in 1990 in Intesa Sanpaolo, previously known as Banca Commerciale Italiana/Banca Intesa, passing through several subsidiaries and branches of the bank in Toronto, London, New York, Milan, Torino, Moscow and Kiev. Throughout his experience, Corrias has worked in several areas such as operations, financial institutions, internationalization of SMEs, and corporate banking. He also held the titles of CEO and Chairman of the Management Board in Banca Intesa Russia and Pravex Bank.

 

Corrias has been with ALEXBANK since August 2021, starting as Deputy CEO.

Michele Formenti

Chief Financial Officer and Executive Committee Member

Michele Formenti joined ALEXBANK in September 2020 as Chief Financial Officer and Executive Committee member. 

 

Formenti’s career first started in 2004 when he joined Intesa Sanpaolo Group, he worked in Italy, East Europe and Egypt. His journey with ALEXBANK started back in 2009 as Head of Risk Management. He was responsible for Credit Risk, Financial Risk, Enterprise Risk, Internal Validation, Credit Control, Policy and Methodology.

 

Before the second assignment in ALEXBANK, Formenti was the Head of Value Management at Intesa San Paolo (International subsidiaries banking division), he was responsible for Cost of Risk, Assets Optimization, Capital Management and Liquidity Management among other responsibilities. 

Amr Gamali

Head of Treasury & ALM Division and Executive Committee Member

Amr Gamali is the Head of Treasury & ALM Division and an Executive Committee member. He joined ALEXBANK in January 2015.

 

Prior to joining ALEXBANK, Gamali started his career in Misr International Bank; one of the top ranked private banks in Egypt by that time. He progressed in this bank from the role of Back Office Junior Banker to Senior Manager heading the Primary Dealers Department where he successfully established the activity from scratch. In 2005 Gamali moved to EFG-Hermes where he added an extra milestone to his career by establishing the fixed income activities and launched several mutual funds within his capacity as Vice President of Fixed Income. Gamali’s professional journey also included Bank Audi Egypt as Treasury and Capital Markets Deputy General Manager, and Piraeus Bank Egypt as Head of Treasury and Capital Markets Sector General Manager in addition to being Chairman of three of its subsidiaries.

 

Gamali has been with ALEXBANK since 2015 as the Head of Treasury & ALM Division and has been holding this title since then. 

Ahmed Magdy

Chief Risk Officer and Executive Committee Member

Ahmed Magdy is the Chief Risk Officer at ALEXBANK and an executive committee member. He joined ALEXBANK in 2010.

 

Magdy has over 20 years of experience in the banking sector. He started his career at Arab International Bank in 1998 passing through Commercial International Bank, Barclays and National Bank of Egypt. Throughout his experience, he worked in several areas such as branches network, operations, SMEs, large corporate, non-performing loans, retail credit and project finance.

 

Magdy has been with ALEXBANK since 2010, starting as Head of Specialized Lending Office and in 2017 as Head of Underwriting Department until he became Chief Risk Officer in 2020.

Ramy Taha

Head of Digital Banking & Marketing Division and Executive Committee Member

Ramy Taha is the Head of Digital Banking and Marketing Division and an Executive Committee Member tasked with guiding the bank’s strategic commercial, digital and business development programs. He joined ALEXBANK in 2010.

 

Prior to joining ALEXBANK, Taha was a Senior VP of Products and Marketing at Sakan Finance, Egypt’s leading Mortgage Finance entity. He has also worked as a VP of Product Development at AMLAK Finance, based in the UAE, one of the region’s leading mortgage originators before a prior stint as a Product and Marketing associate at Barclays. 

 

Taha has been with ALEXBANK since 2010, starting as Head of Consumer Marketing before expanding his role to encapsulate all the bank’s strategic marketing functions.

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