Attijariwafa Bank (formerly Banque Commerciale du Maroc) is the largest banking group in Morocco and the third one in Africa. As on October 17, 2011, the Bank had a network of 2,088 branches worldwide, including London, Paris, Brussels, Madrid, Barcelona, Milan, Shanghai, The Netherlands, Tunisia, Senegal, Mauritania and Mali.
The Bank operates in five business segments:
- retail banking;
- market, investment, and finance banking: financial intermediation, financial market activity, portfolio management, merger-acquisition and privatization consulting, investment capital, stock operations;
- supply of specialized financial services: consumer loans, real estate loans, leasing, long-term vehicle leasing, and factoring;
- asset management, private banking and insurance;
- real estate sales and management activities, security conservation, etc.
Attijariwafa Bank was formed in 2003 by the merger of Banque Commerciale du Maroc and Wafabank.
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2 boulevard Moulay Youssef BP 11141 20000 Casablanca
+212 (0) 5 22 29 88 88
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ID: 1628. Updated: 16.11.2011
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