Crédit Agricole Egypt Launches the First Visa Infinite Card in Egypt
Continuing its commitment to provide innovative products, Credit Agricole has proudly announced the launch of the first Visa Infinite Card in Egypt. With this ultimate expression of elite and prestige, Credit Agricole invites its most distinguished customers to an outstanding experience with round-the-clock and round-the-world exclusive concierge services and exclusive travel protection coverage.
"At Crédit Agricole Egypt, we strive to offer special and value-added products to our clients corresponding to the needs of each segment of our customers," said Mr. Francois Edouard Drion, Chairman and Managing Director of Credit Agricole Egypt . Thus, we have partnered with Visa to launch the 1st Visa Infinite Card in Egypt to bring to our valued customers great spending powers combined with selective privileges. This affirms our commitment to this segment and our reputation as a market leader."
"The launch of Visa's Infinite card in Egypt is a milestone in the world of premium products and a testament to the growing needs of the market's high-spending customers," said Tarek Elhousseiny, General Manager for Visa North and Francophone Africa. "We are thrilled to be able to offer Credit Agricole Egypt customers the chance to benefit from the lifestyle, fine dining, travel and shopping benefits of having a Visa Infinite card."
In addition to the launch of the Visa Infinite offered "by invitation", Credit Agricole Egypt has recently opened the new Dokki branch as well as four renovated branches: Gezirah, Heliopolis, Baghdad in Cairo and Salah Salem in Alexandria. These branches openings are part of an effort to develop the bank services targeting the top customers.
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