Non Banking Operations
ADI is positioning itself as a leading provider of non-banking activities in Egypt. Along with its many subsidiaries, ADI majority owns Nile Financial Leasing (NFL). The company plays an integral role in ADI’s development finance, including all the steps that need to be taken from choosing the estate till delivery. ADI also has investment and corporate finance arms that provide all financial services, such as Private Equity and Asset Management.
ADI has consistently been a pioneer in introducing innovative investment products to the Egyptian market. Key examples would include ADI's EGP 85 million (coverage assured) bond to Orascom for Projects and Touristic Development - OPTD in 1996; ADI's launching of the first close-end Direct Investment Fund (MDIF) and later the incorporation of its leasing arm, Nile Financial Leasing (NFL). On 2013 ADI along with its strategic ally Cairo Capital Investments won the bid for managing Bedaya fund , a 134 million pounds fund focusing on SME On 2014 the consortium of both ADI & CFH won the bid for managing Papyrus fund , an estimated billion dollar fund directed towards the restructuring of the touristic investments in Egypt. As more attention was directed to the Egyptian non-banking services sector and with the government’s efforts implemented through the introduction of new laws and regulations, ADI recognised the importance of the growth in the sector. In an effort to expand their services base ADI launched NFL in 2004.Most recently, ADI has focused its attention on expanding in two sub-sectors of the non-banking activities sector, namely Mortgage Finance & Insurance Brokerage.