Attijariwafa hoping to close its SME fund soon

Attijariwafa hoping to close its SME fund soon

The first Moroccan bank is multiplying initiatives in favour of this category of companies, mainly those affected by the Covid crisis. 

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            ▪ Attijariwafa hoping to close its SME fund soon

▪ The first Moroccan bank is multiplying initiatives in favour of this category of companies, mainly those affected by the Covid crisis. 

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According to a highly placed source within Attijariwafa bank, the first closing of its dedicated vehicle is expected before the end of 2022.

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