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As the number one financer of the national economy, the number one savings bank, and the number one electronic payment operator in Morocco, Attijariwafa bank’s various indicators and key figures validate its strategic choices and reinforce its position as the undisputed leader of the national finance and banking sector.

With the largest network of branches in Africa, we are the leading banking and financial player in the region.

25

countries

5265

bank branches

10,2

million customers

476,1

billion MAD total savings deposited

323,8

billion MAD dedicated to financing projects

23,5

billion MAD operating income

Distinctions

  • During the 7th edition of the Africa CEO Forum, held in Kigali, Rwanda, Attijariwafa bank President and CEO, Mohamed El Kettani, was honoured with the African CEO of the Year award. This award recognises leaders whose strategy and performance have best contributed to the growth and vitality of the African economy during the year.
  • Additionally, “Best Bank in Morocco”, “Best Private Bank in Morocco” and “Best Bank for SMEs in Africa” were awarded by EUROMONEY.

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  • “Moroccan Bank of the Year”, “Best Private Bank in Morocco” and “Best Foreign Exchange Providers”, awarded by the prestigious English magazine “Global Finance”.

 

  • Award for “Best SME Bank in the MENA region” from International Finance Corporation.

 

  • Ranked by Forbes as the leading Moroccan bank and company in its ranking of the 2,000 largest publicly traded groups worldwide.

 

  • Best Performing Ai40 company of the year 2018” and “Mohamed EL KETTANI - Ai40 CEO of the year 2018”, awarded by the global investment group Africa Investor (AI).

 

  • Two awards of excellence presented in London at the 11th edition of the “African Banking Awards 2018” ceremony:
    «Moroccan Bank of the Year 2018» for the 4th consecutive year and «Best Bank in Senegal 2018» for CBAO for the 2nd year straight.
  • According to Financial Afrik, the leader in financial reporting in the continent, among the top 25 African banks, excluding South Africa, Attijariwafa bank ranks first place.
  • Attijariwafa bank ranks first in North Africa and sixth in the continent (first excluding South Africa) among the top 200 African banks in the special issue of Jeune Afrique Finance.

 

  • In the ranking of “100 personalities transforming Africa”, Mr. Mohamed EL KETTANI, President of the Attijariwafa bank group, was distinguished most Pan-African among Moroccan bankers.

 

  • Attijariwafa bank was awarded “Top CSR Performer” in 2018 for the 2nd year in a row, by Vigeo Eiris.

 

  • 2018 “Morocco CSR Challenge 2018” award in the “Responsible Production and Consumption” category.

 

  • HQE certification, “Excellent” rating, by Cerway for the construction of its regional headquarters in Rabat Souissi.

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  • Most Trusted Banking Brand in Morocco in 2018” awarded by Global Brands Magazine.

 

  • Wafacash elected “Customer Service of the Year 2019” in the “Means of payment and transfer of money” category.

 

  • Wafa Assurance won silver for “Best digital innovation product or service lunch” at the African Digital Summit.

 

  • Bank Assafa was voted “Best Participative Bank in Morocco” by the magazine Islamic Finance News.

 

  • For the fourth straight year, Wafasalaf received the Gold label “Tobacco Free Company” from the Lalla Salma Foundation - Prevention and Treatment of Cancers.

 

  • For the fifth year in a row, Attijari bank Tunisia won the prestigious “Best Bank in Tunisia” award by Financial Times’s "The Banker" magazine.

 

  • The Société Ivoirienne de Banque (SIB) was awarded the title of “Best Bank in Ivory Coast” in London by The Financial Times' “The Banker” magazine.

 

  • Our two subsidiaries in Ivory Coast and Senegal, the Ivorian Bank Corporation and CBAO respectively, were appointed Specialists in Treasury Securities by the WAEMU, a division of the Regional Central Bank BCEAO in charge of issues and management of government securities.

 

  • The Société Ivoirienne de Banque (SIB) won the “Innovation Award” at the 2018 “La Finance S'Engage” (Finance Takes Action) forum for its SME-financing service.

Le ministère de la Santé et le ministère de l'Intérieur marocains ont lancé « Wiqaytna » dans le but de lutter contre la propagation du COVID-19. En continuant à respecter les gestes barrières, l'application est un outil de plus au service de tous, destiné à sauver des vies et soulager le système de santé marocain.

Pour plus d’informations : www.wiqaytna.ma

Le ministère de la Santé et le ministère de l'Intérieur marocains ont lancé « Wiqaytna » dans le but de lutter contre la propagation du COVID-19. En continuant à respecter les gestes barrières, l'application est un outil de plus au service de tous, destiné à sauver des vies et soulager le système de santé marocain.

Pour plus d’informations : www.wiqaytna.ma