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Attijariwafa Bank Signs Distribution Partnership With Matmut
Attijariwafa Bank Q1 Operating Income Up At 2.45 Billion Dirhams
Attijariwafa Bank FY Net Income Group Share Up 13.3 Percent at 5.4 Billion Mad
Attijariwafa Bank SA is a Morocco-based financial and banking group. The Company is engaged in the provision of banking and insurance products and services. The Company’s banking activities include personal and professional banking, corporate banking, investment banking and international banking. The Company’s subsidiaries include Wafa Immobilier, Wafa Assurance, Wafasalaf, Wafabail, Wafacash, Wafa LLD and Attijari Finances Corp. The Company is active in over 20 countries through a network of its branches. It controls such banks as Attijari Bank in Tunisia, CBAO in Senegal, SIB in Ivory Coast, CBAO in Burkina Faso, BIM in Mali, among others.
2. Bd Moulay Youssef BP: 11141
Mohammed El Hamidi El Kettani
Chairman of the Board, Chief Executive Officer, Member of the General Management Committee
Managing Director - Morocco and Europe Retail Banking Division
Mohammed Ismail Douiri
Managing Director - International Retail Banking and Specialized Financial Subsidiaries
Talal El Bellaj
Managing Director- Group Global Risk Management
Deputy General Manager - Transformation, Innovation, Technologies and Operations, Member of the Management Board
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Attijariwafa Bank, one of Morocco's biggest lenders, reported on Friday a 23.8% drop in net profit attributable to shareholders to 1.1 billion dirhams ($110 mln) in the first quarter this year.
Attijariwafa Bank, one of Morocco's biggest lenders, said late on Monday its 2019 net profit attributable to shareholders rose 1.9% to 5.8 billion dirhams ($598 million).
Morocco’s Attijariwafa Bank said on Friday it had agreed with State-owned Export-Import Bank of China (ExIm) to set up a 5 billion dollar fund to promote African exports to China and industrial zones on the continent.
Attijariwafa Bank, one of Morocco's biggest lenders, on Tuesday reported a 2018 net profit attributable to shareholders of 5.7 billion dirhams ($615 million), up 5.8 percent, citing improved risk management.
Morocco's Attijariwafa Bank plans to launch a new acquisition push in Africa late next year, starting with Rwanda, Kenya and Ethiopia, a bank executive said on Thursday.
Attijariwafa Bank, one of Morocco's largest lenders, reported on Thursday a 6.35 percent rise in first-half net profit attributable to shareholders to 2.8 billion dirhams ($299.61 million).
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