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Privacy charter


Attijariwafa bank Europe limits the collection of your data to the strictest necessary

Attijariwafa bank Europe is responsible for the processing of personal data implemented within the company.

As such, it ensures that only data strictly necessary for the performance of services rendered is collected from our prospects, our partners and our customers when they subscribe to our offers of goods and services, for the duration of our commercial relationship as well as management and commercial operations that we may carry out.

All paper and digital forms or files have been designed to collect only relevant and necessary information. They are reviewed regularly so that they take into account the latest regulatory requirements in this area and best meet your expectations.

When the collection of data is optional, a specific mention indicates this along with the consequences of its non-provision.

Attijariwafa bank Europe processes your data in accordance with the law

All personal data processing implemented by Attijariwafa bank Europe is carried out in strict compliance with the legal obligations in force.

All data collection has a specific purpose which is clearly indicated to the data subject on the paper or digital forms or files as well as the legal or contractual framework that may be attached to them.

Thus, you may be required to provide us with personal data. It is collected and processed by Attijariwafa bank Europe to respond to requests made via forms, tools and services made available to you, to perform a contractual or pre-contractual obligation or to comply with our legal obligations.

For some processing (especially for commercial prospecting), your express consent is required. A mention to this effect will be present on the collection medium. You may withdraw your consent at any time without this affecting your relationship with Attijariwafa bank Europe.

The data collected is intended to be used mainly in the context of managing the banking relationship, accounts or products and services subscribed, risk management, the fight against money laundering and terrorist financing, the determination of the tax status, the identification of dormant accounts, the conformity of the banking activity, control and supervision, the recovery or assignment of receivables, commercial prospecting, commercial events and advertising campaigns.

In addition, the cookies on our site are intended to allow the proper functioning of the site and to measure the audience.

Attijariwafa bank Europe only keeps your data for the time it takes to perform the processing for which it was collected

When your personal data is no longer necessary for the for the defined purposes and expected services, only information subject to a legal archiving obligation or that which you have given us your consent to keep is kept. The rest is deleted.

These durations are specified in the legal notice of the paper or digital forms of files and are regularly checked.

Attijariwafa bank Europe secures your data

The personal data that we collect may be entered and processed in computer systems under the responsibility of Attijariwafa bank Europe.

Our concern is to preserve the confidentiality, quality and integrity of your data. The technical means implemented respect the best security practices in force. The technologies and security policies applied protect your personal data against unauthorised access or misuse.

Only authorised personnel can access your data and they are subject to confidentiality obligations imposed by our internal policy.

Attijariwafa bank Europe only transmits your data to authorised recipients

Attijariwafa bank Europe is bound by professional secrecy to the extent of the regulations in force.

No information will be communicated to third parties without your prior express consent or if Attijariwafa bank Europe is required to do so by law, especially vis-à-vis the monetary authorities, the tax authority or any other duly authorised authority.

The legal notices on the contracts, forms or files used to collect your data specify the list or the categories of recipients involved in the processing of your data.

In general and within the limits of the tasks entrusted to them, your personal data may be communicated to Attijariwafa bank Europe internal services, to any entity of the Attijariwafa bank Group, to its subcontractors and partners to enable you to benefit from the advantages of these partnerships. Some data may also be provided, upon request, to third parties authorised by law in compliance with the legal obligations in force.

Due to the international dimension of the Attijariwafa bank Group and in order to optimise the quality of service, the above-mentioned communications of information may involve the transfer of personal data to countries which are not members of the European Economic Area, whose legislation on the protection of personal data differs from that of the European Union.

Throughout the banking relationship, Attijariwafa bank Europe may entrust certain services to providers selected for their expertise and reliability located outside the European Union. These operations may require the transfer of personal data for which rigorous and appropriate physical, organisational, procedural, technical and personnel measures ensure the security and confidentiality of the personal data.

Attijariwafa bank Europe respects your rights

You have a right of access, rectification or deletion, as well as a right to portability of your data or restriction of its processing. You can also, for reasons related to your particular situation, oppose the processing of your data.

You can exercise these rights by sending a letter to Attijariwafa bank Europe at 6-8 rue Chauchat 75009 Paris or by sending an email to

Attijariwafa bank Europe undertakes to respond to any request to exercise your rights within the legal deadlines in force (2 months until May 25, 2018, 1 month after this date).

You also have the right to lodge a complaint with the French data protection agency (Commission Nationale de l'Informatique et des Libertés) (

Attijariwafa bank Europe has initiated a governance approach concerning data protection

All Attijariwafa bank Europe staff have been made aware of good practices in the handling of personal data. The processing of this data is done with the utmost respect for your privacy.

Pillar of compliance within the Bank, Attijariwafa bank Europe has appointed a Data Protection Officer, who will take up his duties on May 25, 2018, and who can be contacted as of that date at the following address:

Legal framework applied by the Department regarding the protection of personal data

  • Law No. 2004-801 of August 6, 2004 on the protection of individuals with regard to the processing of personal data (in force until May 25, 2018).
  • European Regulation No. 2016/679 of the European Parliament and of the Council of April 27, 2016 (in force from May 25, 2018).