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As the French banking subsidiary of the Attijariwafa bank Group, Attijariwafa bank Europe was created in January 2006 to strengthen the Group's position abroad.

The role of Attijariwafa bank Europe is twofold. On the one hand, it has helped establish the Group as a priority partner for North African and West African communities residing in Europe and, on the other, it has supported trade between European companies and North and West African companies.

Attijariwafa bank Europe has 44 branches in 5 European countries, mainly in France, Belgium, Spain, Germany and Italy, managed by over 400 employees.

The European subsidiary offers customers a comprehensive range of products and services covering three business lines: Retail banking, International banking and relay activities.

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The International Banking Europe Department is the entry point to over 30 African countries for global traders, financial institutions and major exporters.

Our experts support Western professionals doing business in the Maghreb and sub-Saharan Africa with products that secure their flows and by helping them to network to achieve their sales potentials.

Furthermore, the bank acts as a correspondent bank in its coverage area and manages relations with other African banks.

About the Attijariwafa bank Group

Attijariwafa bank arose from the merger of Banque Commerciale du Maroc and Wafabank in 2003. It has become the leading bank in Morocco and the Maghreb and the sixth largest in Africa.

As the undisputed leader of the banking and financial sector in Morocco, Attijariwafa bank occupies 1st place nationally, both in terms of savings deposits and financing of the economy. It is also the leading player in investment banking and commerce in Morocco.

Attijariwafa bank is also the leading group in the Maghreb and the WAEMU region (West African Economic and Monetary Union) and a key player in CEMAC (Economic and Monetary Community of Central Africa).

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