ADI for Securities Investments  With a paid in capital of EGP 56 million, initially named Ahly Development and Investment for Tourism (ADIT) was established in 1997 as a joint stock company. ADI DI does not only work on tourism development but also has integrated itself in the financial world offering merchant banking and asset management services.
The main shareholder of ADI-SI is Alahly Development and Investment (ADI) with a 63.6% share. & also assume management responsibility of the company. M.Z Investments follows as the second largest shareholder with approximately 13.8 %. Mr. Ahmad Fouad Said, Mr. Sherif Mahmoud (MM Group),  and Misr Insurance all have equal shares of 6.9%.

Nile Financial Leasing With a currently paid in capital of EGP 100 million, Nile Financial Leasing (NFL) was incorporated in 2004, fully owned by ADI and two of its subsidiaries. With its sound client base that consists of multinational and local investment graded corporations, NFL offers fully integrated solutions where financial leasing is a key factor of its services. NFL’s leasing value and portfolio reached EGP 500 million locally in 2013 with plans to expand regionally.
The services offered range from identifying client's real estate needs from project management, development of property to delivering the building on a lease basis. The services also address the needs of clients in the Industrial and Petroleum sectors who are in need of leased machinery or a wide range of equipment from specific to logistic.
NFL is one of the contributors to ADI in terms of revenue and profit and is chaired by Mr. Amr El Badry, the current General Manager of ADI and managed by Mr. Mohamed Amer, ADI’s current Investment Manager, who holds a vast experience in corporate and investment banking. In addition, NFL’s board consists of able members such as, Mrs. Samar Abdel Gawad, , Mrs. Sahar el Salab , Mr. Amr El Badry, Mr. Mohamad Hassan  and Mr. Wael Zeyada.
CFH  was established in 2008 and is managed by reputed investment bankers. The company’s investment banking and corporate finance activities total to EGP 2 billion from transactions and deals. Ambitious, CFH has plans for regional expansion through the acquisition of a brokerage arm in the UAE that will, by default, allow ADI to penetrate new markets. The total assets under the management of ADI reached EGP 3 billion in 2010 up from EGP 2.5 billion in 2009. Cairo Capital Securities, the intial company name, ranked 15 in its sector in the 3rd quarter of 2010.

Arab Valves  was established in 1999 as a joint stock company. The company started manufacturing valves in 2001 and are currently based in the industrial zone of 10th Ramadan City near Cairo, Egypt. AV manufactures a wide range of high quality brass valves and fittings with a maximum size of four inches which are used in distributing water, gas and compressed air supplies. With a current paid-in capital of EGP 25 million distributed over 25 million shares with EGP 1.0 value per share, Arab Valves has grown since its establishment into a valuable industrial company in the Egyptian market. ADI started investing in AV in 2001 and currently holds 41.67% of the company capital with an investment value of EGP 10.3 million representing 11.8% of ADI total long term investment portfolio. ADI has two seats on the company’s board, represented by the Investment Manager and the General Manager for Finance & Administration.

Metalart  is a tableware and hollowware manufacturing company based in the industrial zone of 10th Ramadan City, producing high quality stainless steel and silver paled flatware and hollowware under the brand names BEARD and Metalart. Metalart was established in 1998 as a Limited Liability Partnership and transformed into a Joint Stock Company in 2005 under the auspices of the Investment Law number 8 of year 1997. It currently has a paid in capital of EGP40 million distributed over 400,000 shares with EGP100 par value per share. The company started production as a consolidated entity in March 2006. ADI started investing in Metalart in 2001 with initial investment of EGP7.2 million. Currently ADI’s stake stands at EGP11.3 million representing 13.5% of ADI’s total long term investment portfolio. ADI and its shareholders, Mr. Ramsis Atteya and MZ Group have a combined stake of 51.02%. ADI has two seats in the company’s board represented by the General Manager for Investment and the Chairman.

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Ahly Development and Investment for Tourism With a paid in capital of EGP 56 million, Ahly Development and Investment for Tourism (ADIT) was established in 1997 as a joint stock company. ADIT does not only work on tourism development but also has integrated itself in the financial world offering merchant banking and asset management services.
The main shareholder of ADIT is Ahly Development and Investment (ADI) with a 58.6% share. It also manages the company. M.Z Investments follows as the second largest shareholder with approximately 13.8 %. Mr. Ahmad Fouad Said, Mr. Sherif Mahmoud (MM Group), Ramses Attia Group and Misr Insurance all have equal shares of 6.9%.

 

Nile Financial Leasing With a currently paid in capital of EGP 100 million, Nile Financial Leasing (NFL) was incorporated in 2004, fully owned by ADI and two of its subsidiaries. With its sound client base that consists of multinational and local investment graded corporations, NFL offers fully integrated solutions where financial leasing is a key factor of its services. NFL’s leasing value and portfolio reached EGP 500 million locally in 2013 with plans to expand regionally.
The services offered range from identifying client's real estate needs from project management, development of property to delivering the building on a lease basis. The services also address the needs of clients in the Industrial and Petroleum sectors who are in need of leased machinery or a wide range of equipment from specific to logistic.
NFL is one of the contributors to ADI in terms of revenue and profit and is chaired by Mr. Amr El Badry, the current General Manager of ADI and managed by Mr. Mohamed Amer, ADI’s current Investment Manager, who holds a vast experience in corporate and investment banking. In addition, NFL’s board consists of able members such as, Mrs. Samar Abdel Gawad, , Mrs. Sahar el Salab , Mr. Amr El Badry, Mr. Amr el Sawaf and Mr. Mohamad Hasaan.
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