Attijariwafa Bank

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Attijariwafa bank
Traded as MASI : ATW
Industry Banking, Financial Services
Founded 1904 (1904)
Headquarters 20 000 Casablanca
2, Bd Moulay Youssef, Morocco
Area served
Key people
Mohamed El Kettani (CEO)
Products Asset management, commercial banking, investment banking, investment management
Revenue Increase 15.8 billion MAD (2012)[1]
Increase 8.6 billion MAD(2012)[1]
Increase 5.3 billion MAD(2012)[1]
Total assets

Increase 343 billion MAD (2011)[1]

Market Cap:MAD62,197.92 million (2013)
Total equity Increase 30.2 billion MAD(2011)[1]
Number of employees
14686 (2012)[1]

Attijariwafa Bank is the leading bank in Morocco and is part of king Mohammed VI's holding company the SNI.

It was established after a merger between Banque Commerciale du Maroc and Wafabank and is headquartered in Casablanca. It is the third largest in Africa.[citation needed]

The bank maintains offices in London, Paris, Brussels, Madrid, Barcelona, Milan, Shanghai, The Netherlands, Tunisia, Senegal, Mauritania[2] and Mali. It has been listed on the Casablanca Stock Exchange since 1943.[3]




Key people[edit]

  • Mohamed El Kettani, Chairman of the Board and Managing Director
  • Abdelaziz Alami, Honorary Chairman
  • Antonio Escamez Torres, Vice Chairman of the Board
  • Mohamed Arroub, Chairman of the Board and Managing Director of Wafa Assurance SA
  • Mouawia Essekelli, Managing Director of Attijariwafa bank Europe
  • Laila Mamou, Chairperson of the Management Board of Wafasalaf
  • Abdelkrim Raghni, Managing Director of CBAO Groupe Attijariwafa bank
  • Wafaa Guessous, Secretary
  • Hassan Bouhemou, Director-Representative of SNI
  • Mounir Majidi, Director-Representative of SIGER
  • Javier Hidalgo Blazquez, Director-Representative of Grupo Santander
  • Hassan Ouriagli, Director
  • Jose Reig Echeveste, Director
  • Manuel Varela, Director-Representative of Grupo Santander
  • Abed Yacoubi Soussane, Director



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