EFG Hermes Holdings SAE operates in the Security brokers and dealers sector.
In addition to historical fundamental analyses, the complete report available to purchase compares EFG Hermes Holdings SAE with three other
financial institutions in Middle East:
GFH Financial Group BSC
sales of 121.97 million Bahrainian Dinars [US$323.54 million]
of which 49%
was Corporate & Treasury),
CI Capital Holding Company SAE
(2.33 billion Egyptian Pounds [US$148.03 million]
of which 64%
was Financial Leasing), and
Aspire Capital Holding For Financial Investments
(6.07 billion Egyptian Pounds [US$385.99 million]
of which 100%
was Investment Income).
During the second
quarter of 2021, sales at EFG Hermes Holdings SAE totalled
2.00 billion Egyptian Pounds.
an increase of 22.9%
from the 1.63 billion Egyptian Pounds in sales at the company during the second quarter of 2020.
During the first two
quarters of 2021, sales totalled 3.59 billion Egyptian Pounds, which is
than through the first two quarters of 2020.
EFG Hermes Holdings SAE reported sales of 6.75 billion Egyptian Pounds (US$429.34 million)
December of 2020.
increase of 5.0%
versus 2019, when the company's sales were 6.43 billion Egyptian Pounds.
This was the fourth straight year of sales growth at EFG Hermes Holdings SAE.
Sales of Consuming Finance saw an increase
that was more than double the company's growth rate: sales were up
342.2% in 2020, from
25.04 million Egyptian Pounds to 110.71 million Egyptian Pounds.
EFG Hermes Holdings SAE also saw significant increases in sales in
Holding and Treasury (up 37.5% to 1.94 billion Egyptian Pounds)
Direct Private Equity Investment (up 37.3% to 467.74 million Egyptian Pounds)
Asset Management (up 45.8% to 412.83 million Egyptian Pounds)
Leasing (up 16.6% to 183.66 million Egyptian Pounds)
Factoring (up 178.5% to 25.37 million Egyptian Pounds)
Not all segments of EFG Hermes Holdings SAE experienced an increase in sales in 2020:
sales of Investment Banking and Underwriting fell 27.7% to 236.71 million Egyptian Pounds.
EFG Hermes Holdings SAE also experienced decreases in sales in
Brokerage (down 16.6% to 1.01 billion Egyptian Pounds)