Posts Tagged ‘Attijariwafa Bank’

Morocco: Attijariwafa Bank Crowned African Bank of the Year | North Africa Post

Moroccan backs feature prominently across the African continent, which is why the Moroccan bank Attijariwafa was just named African Bank of the Year: The Moroccan Attijariwafa Bank Wednesday received international accolades as it was named top 2016 African Bank by peers at a ceremony in Lusaka, Zambia. More than 500 dignitaries made of business people and political figures from 24 countries acknowledged the work of the Moroccan institution, which is ...

‘I don’t want a bank account because my neighbors will think I’m rich’ | The Guardian

Moroccan banks have gained both notoriety and market share by catering services to people across Africa who have been ignored by other banks. The Director-General of one of Morocco’s largest banks writes about how this effort can sometimes run into surprising social stigmas: In 2008, when my company, Attijariwafa Bank, the largest financial institution in Morocco, looked to address one of the most underserved areas in retail banking in the ...

Moroccan King Lights Up Ivory Coast as Trade Pushes South | Bloomberg Business

Morocco’s push into sub-Saharan Africa spurs development: [...] Attijariwafa Bank, Morocco’s biggest lender, has 312 branches in West Africa. It helps finance many of the kingdom’s regional projects, including the 100 billion CFA Francs ($171 million) cleaning of Abidjan’s lagoon, the largest of about four dozen accords signed during Mohammed VI’s visit. Maroc Telecom bought Emirates Telecommunications Corp.’s West Africa operations this year for $650 million and plans to invest ...

King and Ivorian head of state chair in Abidjan signing ceremony of six bilateral agreements | Maghreb Arab Press

Details on agreements signed between Morocco and Côte d’Ivoire during King Mohammed VI’s recent diplomatic tour of west and central Africa: King Mohammed VI and President of the Republic of Côte d’Ivoire Alassane Ouattara chaired, on Tuesday at the presidential palace in Abidjan, the signing ceremony of six agreements of bilateral cooperation in the different areas. Here is the list of agreements: - Agreement on the sale of State-owned shares ...

Morocco-Côte d’Ivoire, a forward-looking partnership | North Africa Post

Details of increasing Morocco-Côte d’Ivoire cooperation in the wake of King Mohammed VI’s latest diplomatic tour of West and Central Africa: King Mohammed VI who is currently on a friendship and work visit to Côte d’Ivoire and President Alassane Ouattara are scheduled to have summit talks this Monday in Abidjan before the two leaders chair over the signing ceremony of several cooperation agreements meant to give a new impetus to ...
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