Egyptian Gulf Bank provides banking services. Its operations are carried out through the following business segments: Large, Medium, and Small Enterprises, Investment, and Other. The Large, Medium, and Small Enterprises segment includes current accounts, deposits, loans, credit facilities, and financial derivatives. The Investment segment deals with company merger activities, the purchase of investments, the financing of company restructuring, and financial instruments. The Other segment handles other banking activities, such as fund management. The company was founded by Salah Mahmoud, Gawad Bu Khamseen, Fahd El-Shobokshy and Abdel Rahman El-Sharbatly on October 14, 1981 and is headquartered in Giza, Egypt.