Minimum Salary Salary Transfer Islamic Finance Maximum Term Flat Rate Reducing Rate
Banque Misr - Salary Loan Banque Misr - Salary Loan Minimum Salary: EGP 500 Salary Transfer: Yes Islamic Finance: No Maximum Term: 5 Years Flat Rate: 7.5% Reducing Rate: 13.5%
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  • No guarantor required.
  • The loan applicant has to be older than 30 years and younger than 65 years by the end of the loan duration .
  • The loan applicant needs to have been at their current employment for at 3 Months.
  • The loan’s maximum limit is 25 times of the monthly revenue of government and public employees, and 15 times of the monthly revenue of private and investment sectors’ with a maximum amount of LE 500,000 .
  • The monthly installment should not exceed 50% of the employee’s monthly revenue .
  • The maximum loan duration is 5 years
  • The loan is granted when the applicant agrees to have their monthly installments directly deducted from their monthly salary .
  • The loan includes an insurance policy against death and total disability .
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