2015

  • The new denomination “BMCE Bank Of Africa” ​​strengthening the African dimension of the Group
  • Celebration of the 55th anniversary of the creation of the Bank and the 20th anniversary of BMCE Bank Foundation
  • Rise in the capital of BOA by 75%, of the Mali Development Bank by 32.4% and La Congolaise de Banque by 37%
  • Expansion of Bank of Africa to Rwanda, following the acquisition of Agaseke Bank
  • Introduction of Mandarin in the Medersat.Com school network of the BMCE Bank Foundation
  • Expansion of the Medersat.Com network following the opening of the Medersat.Com Bni Chiguer school in Nador, reinforcing the presence of the schools network in the region
  • Awards by BMCE Bank for the 1st edition of the African Entrepreneurship Award, rewarding the best ideas for projects in Africa
  • BMCE Bank elected as the “Socially Responsible Bank of the Year” at the 9th edition of the African Banker Awards "Top CSR Performer” awarded by Vigéo for the 2nd time"
  • Getting the CSR Arabia Awards 2015 prize - Financial Services category – the only company listed on the Casablanca Stock Exchange to obtain the highest scores in 7 Social Responsibility matters
  • ISAE 3402 Type II Certification of BMCE Capital Gestion awarded by PWC for the second time for the dedication to safe working environment
  • Issue of a subordinated bond of MAD 2 Billion                    

2014

  • Opening of a representation in Canada as part of a partnership with Desjardins Group
  • Expansion of BMCE EuroServices Network through the opening of new offices in the Netherlands, Germany and Belgium in Antwerp.
  • Organization of the 1st edition of the China Africa Investment Meetings in collaboration with China Africa Joint Chamber of Commerce and Industry.
  • Starting the BOA Capital activity - with CFC status in partnership with BMCE Capital
  • Issue of a subordinated bond of MAD 2 Billion
  • Launch of the African Entrepreneurship Award, a $ 1 million prize for young African entrepreneurs

2013

  • Increasing the participation of BMCE Bank in the capital of the Pan African Bank of Africa Group from 65% to 72.6% in 2013
  • Restructuring the BMCE International Holding, now bringing together the two European subsidiaries BBI London and BBI Madrid in the service of Africa.
  • Creation of BMCE EuroServices subsidiary, which offers Moroccans Living Abroad a diversified range of products & services

 

Successful issue of the 1st Eurobond Moroccan Corporate, subscribed to by sixty foreign investors for the amount of $ 300 million.

 

 

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