Banque Populaire du Maroc

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La Banque Centrale Populaire
Industry Finance
Headquarters Casablanca, Morocco
Products Financial Services
Revenue Increase US$ 2,1 billion (2016)
Increase US$ 264 million (2016)
Total assets Increase US$ 35 billion (2016)
The bank's offices in the Old Town of Fes

La Banque Centrale Populaire is a major bank in Morocco.

The bank maintains overseas offices in Germany, England, Canada, Spain, France, Gibraltar, Netherlands and Belgium. [1]

The bank's name is abbreviated to BCP.

As of 2012, the bank's market share of customer deposits in Morocco was 27.9 percent.[1] This translates to customer deposits of 204.9 billion dirhams (1H2013). The number of employees in the bank at the end of 2012 was 11,878.

Related organizations[edit]

Subsidiaries - Morocco [2]

in Berrchid:

in Casablanca:

in Tangier:

Subsidiaries - African [3]


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