HSBC Bank Egypt was established in 1982 as Hong Kong Egyptian Bank. In January 1994, the Bank was renamed Egyptian British Bank under the same shareholding structure. The Bank was rebranded HSBC Bank Egypt in April 2001, following an increase in the HSBC Group's shareholding from 40% to over 90% of its issued share capital.
HSBC Bank Egypt is one of the largest multinational banks operating in Egypt providing a comprehensive range of banking and related financial services through a network of 71 branches, 10 units and 248 ATMs in Cairo, Helwan, 6th of October City, Giza, Alexandria, Sharm El Sheikh, Hurghada, Luxor, Marsa Matrouh, El Mansoura, Abo Redees, Port Said, Ismailia, Damietta, Assiut, 10th of Ramadan, El Kalyobia, Abo Rawash, Tanta, Ras Shoukeir, Damnhour, Aswan and Al Ein El Sokhna.
HSBC has been voted 'Best Wealth Management Initiative' in the GCC for its HSBC Premier service by readers of The Banker Middle East magazine.
Euromoney magazine, in their prestigious Awards for Excellence 2004, voted HSBC 'Best Bank' in the Middle East as well as 'Best Debt House' in the Middle East for the second consecutive year. HSBC was also named 'Best at Risk Management' in the Middle East.