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Minimum Salary Salary Transfer Islamic Finance Maximum Term Flat Rate Reducing Rate
National Bank of Egypt - Personal Cash Loan for Bankers National Bank of Egypt - Personal Cash Loan for Bankers Minimum Salary: EGP 1,000 Salary Transfer: No Islamic Finance: No Maximum Term: 7 Years Flat Rate: 0% Reducing Rate: 0%
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Features
  • Minimum loan amount 5,000 EGP and maximum 500,000 EGP
  • Minimum loan tenor one year & up to 7 years
  • Life insurance
  • Without Guarantor
  • No Salary Transfer required
Documents Required
  • HR letter with monthly salary & employment date
  • Copy of valid National ID
  • Recent electricity bill of minimum 25 EGP
  • Bank Statement for last 6 months
Eligibility
  • Customers Age between 21 Years and 60 Years at loan end
  • Minimum monthly salary 1000 EGP
  • Minimum 3 years in banking & at least 6 months in the current bank
Additional Information
Fees & Charges:
  • Administrative fees 2 % of loan value with minimum 250 EGP
  • Early settlement fees 3% if paid in cash, 10% if paid with any other payment tool
  • Late payment fees 2%
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