Signing of a Memorandum of Understanding between Attijariwafa bank and ICICI Bank Limited, the first private bank in India.
This agreement aims at providing high added-value banking and financial services to the respective customers of both groups in their countries of presence.
Following the signature of a memorandum of understanding with China Development Bank in November 2014. Attijariwafa bank strengthens its strategic partnership with the bank responsible for raising funding for large infrastructure projects, emphasizing positive outlook of cooperation and the high potential of infrastructure investments in Africa.
Attijariwafa bank has acquired an additional 24% of shares in Ivory Coast's Societe Ivoirienne de Banque (SIB) from the Ivorian state, bringing its total stake to 75%. Attijariwafa bank is committed to introduce, within a maximum period of 2 years, 12% of SIB's stake at the Regional Securities Exchange (BRVM) and to grant 3% to its employees.
Attijariwafa bank and the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development strengthen their partnership to boost and secure trade in the countries covered by EBRD (over 25 countries in Central and Eastern Europe, Central Asia, Middle-East and North-Africa).
Signature of a strategic cooperation agreement between Attijariwafa bank and the Czech Export Bank "Ceska Exportni Banka" (CEB) to promote long-term partnership in several fields mainly funding import and export operations, project finance between Morocco and Czech Republic and their countries of presence
During the King Mohammed VI visit to Ivory Coast and Senegal in May 2015, Attijariwafa bank has signed several agreements dealing with various areas that strengthen the Group's position and role in regional development and South-South cooperation.
The third edition of "Afrique Développement" Forum, jointly organized by Attijariwafa bank and Morocco Exports, took place in Casablanca on February 2015. This event brought together 1,700 individuals economic and institutional operators from 18 countries around the theme of "Time to Invest". Intended to be a catalyst for change, more than 4,500 "B-to-B" meetings were held.