The Egyptian Banking Institute (EBI) has organised during May two field visits to India and Hungary to get to know the international best practices in empowering small and medium-sized businesses.
In Hungary, the EBI delegation has visited several financial institutions. The delegation met with officials in the union of Hungarian banks, Central Bank of Hungary (MNB), the National Bank of Hungary, Erste Bank, Hungarian Development Bank, OTP Bank, Loxon, CIB Bank (Intesa SanPaulo), Central Credit Registry, and the Chamber of Commerce and Industry – Budapest.
In India, the delegation paid visit during the period from May 7-14, organised by the EBI’s SME unit and India Institute of Banking and Finance.
The Egyptian banking delegation’s Indian visit was part of the SME banking certificate that aimed to enable bankers to get acquainted with the whole package of success application to enhance success to finance for SME. The delegation met in Mumbai several financial and non-financial institutions such as Small Industrial Development Bank of India (SIDBI), Bank of India, Bank of Baroda, and Reserve Bank of India.