Attijariwafa bank Europe
Based in Paris, Attijariwafa bank Europe is a French banking subsidiary with a legal and social status to deploy its activities in the European Union. Attijariwafa bank Europe operates in France, Belgium, Germany, Netherlands, Italy, Spain, England and Switzerland through 63 branches.http://www.attijariwafa.net
Attijari bank Tunisie (ABT)
Acquired in 2005, Attijariwafa bank Tunisia is the 6th largest bank in Tunisia with TND 8.6 billion of assets and TND 437.3 million of Net Banking Income as of 31 December 2018. With its 207 branches, ABT has the largest network in Tunisia.
Attijari bank Egypt (ABE)
Acquired in May 2017, Attijariwafa bank Egypt has a network of 56 branches and contributes for 5.1% of Net Income Group Share as of 31 December 2018.
CBAO Groupe Attijariwafa bank
CBAO represents the second largest subsidiary in Africa. It operates in Senegal with a market share of 14.8% (including Crédit du Sénégal (CDS)), with a leading position in the banking and financial sector of the region. CBAO and CDS account together for 102 branches in Senegal. Through CBAO, Attijariwafa bank Group launched banking activities in Burkina Faso (2010), in Niger (2013) and in Benin (2015)
Banque Internationale pour le MALI (BIM)
Acquired in 2009, BIM is located in MALI and has a 8.7% market share in customer loans. The Malian subsidiary is the 5th domestically in terms of lending and has a network of 73 branches.
Union Gabonaise de Banque (UGB)
Owned by Attijariwafa bank since 2009 with a share of 58.7%, UGB holds the 2nd position within the banking sector in Gabon with a customer loans market share of 16.7%.
Crédit du Congo (CDC)
Acquired in 2009, CDC ranks 3rd in Congo with a 11.1% loan market share.
Société Ivoirienne de Banque (SIB)SIB is ranked 5th in Ivory Coast with a 9.8% loan market share. At the end of December 2018, SIB's network had grown to 63 branches
Acquired since 2011, the Cameroonian subsidiary is ranked 4th with a loan market share of 10.5%.
Attijariwafa bank operates in Mauritania through its subsidiary acquired in 2011. The Mauritanian subsidiary holds a loan market share of 10.4%.
Banque Internationale pour l'Afrique (BIA-Togo)
Acquired in 2013, BIA holds 4.1% of loans market share in Togo.