Mediterranean Bank Network News


The third edition of the business mission "B to B in Africa

Wednesday, 25 May 2016


Export Morocco and the Banque Populaire are organizing the third edition of the business mission "B to B in Africa", on the  29, 30 and 31 May in Abidjan (Ivory Coast), Libreville (Gabon)  on the 31st  May and 1 June, and finally to Dakar (Senegal) on 2 and 3 June . One hundred companies operating in all regions of Morocco are taking part.



After the success of its first two editions, "B to B in Africa" ​​is about to enter its third tour business this time under the theme "industrial ecosystems: towards a new generation of partnership" .



Unlike the two previous editions focused on supporting primary exporters and exporters, this third trade mission is mainly focused on industrial ecosystems, namely automotive, textile, construction materials, Leather, ICT Offshoring Services, Chemistry, Electricity renewable energy Transport and logistics.



"B to B in Africa" ​​is an innovative concept led by Export Morocco and the
Banque Populaire to develop the internationalization of Moroccan enterprises and particularly regional SMEs.



It allows participating companies to benefit from pre-qualified appointment books prepared jointly by Morocco and Export subsidiary
Banque  Atlantic, to examine the business climate and incentives in force in Gabon, Senegal and Ivory Coast, and finally get financing offers from the Banque Populaire and its subsidiaries.





Encouraging investments from both sides, this public-private partnership aims to  contribute in an effective and concrete way  the strengthening of trade between the Kingdom and sub-Saharan partners in the framework of South-South cooperation.


Member banks
  • The Bank of Valletta Group is a leading financial services provider in Malta, providing retail banking, investment banking, private banking, fund management, bancassurance, stockbroking and trustee services.

  • Spain’s fourth largest private banking group, covering all areas of the financial business sector under a common denominator: professional performance and quality.

  • One of the leading banks in the Kingdom of Jordan. A bank that has distinctly adapted continuous development and improvement schemes in all of its activities.

  • BPCE Banques Populaires network has 8,500,000 clients and customers (including 3,900,000 members), more than 3,338 branches, and is part of the second largest French banking group – the BPCE Group.

  • With the largest network of banking, the Banque Populaire Group is the leading banking network in Morocco .By the end December 2012, its network was 1145 branches and over 1323 ATMs.