The Moroccan Islamic bank will transform its subsidiary, Dar Assafaa. Moroccan banking group Attijariwafa Bank announced it is to transform its Islamic subsidiary, Dar Assafaa comma into a fully fledged Islamic bank. "As soon as Bank Al Maghrib finalises the bill and the Board of Sharia is created,
Attijariwafa Bank, one of Morocco's biggest lenders, on Tuesday reported a 2.2 percent rise in first-half net profit attributable to shareholders of 2.3 billion Moroccan dirham ($237 million). Net banking income was steady at 9.8 billion dirhams but income improved as the bank cut costs by 26
"Best Moroccan bank of the year 2019" and this, for the 5th consecutive year.
CBAO was elected "Best Bank in Senegal for the year 2019" for the third consecutive time.
"Best bank in Morocco for the year 2019" and for the 7th consecutive time,
"Best investment bank in Morocco in 2019".
«Best bank in Morocco in 2018» for the sixth time in a row
«Best Private Bank in Morocco for the year 2018»
«Best Foreign Exchange Providers» for the year 2018
«First rank of Moroccan banks and companies» for the year 2018
«Best bank in Morocco» for the year 2019 and for the 9th consecutive time.
«Best bank in Morocco» and «Best bank for Very Small and Medium-sized Enterprises in Africa» for the year 2018.
The signature of a partnership agreement between Attijariwafa bank group and Mizuho Bank . Under the Memorandum, the two parties undertake to formalize a framework for cooperation to promote the sharing of good practice in the banking, financial and business fields. The terms of this agreement stipulate, in particular, cooperation in the fields of corporate banking, international trade operations, project finance and capital markets.
The signing of a partnership agreement aimed at fostering cooperation between the Development Bank of Central African States (DBCAS) and Attijariwafa bank in order to accelerate the financing and support of major projects in the EMCCA region.
At the initiative of the Al Mada Pan-African Investment Fund, FIAD is the key event on the African continent that brings together African economic actors, investors and policy makers. The forum is a catalyst for seizing opportunities through:
₋ Dialogue and exchange of ideas around challenges in African economies
₋ B to B working meetings and research business opportunities between the participants