Groupement Professionnel Des Banques Du Maroc

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Groupement Professionnel Des Banques Du Maroc

Arab Banking Associations & Unions
  • Chairman: Mr. Othman Benjelloun
  • Deputy Chairman: Mr. Noureddine Omary
  • General Manager: Dr. El Hadi Chaibainou
  • Country: Kingdom of Morocco
  • Establishment Date: 1943
  • Headquarters Address: Espace Porte D`Anfa -8 Ave. Moulay Rachid-Casablanca
  • Tel.: (+212)-2-362425
  • Fax: (+212)-2-364948
  • E-mail: [email protected]
  • Membership in the UAB: Observer Member
Morocco
Objectives & Functions
Ensuring banks` compliance by applicable laws ruling the banking profession, especially the decisions of the Finance Minister and the Central Bank, and disseminating information to both parties in case of any non-compliance.
Establishing and strengthening communication on a continued basis, between its members, and encouraging agreements between members to facilitate the banking profession.
As regards to issues related to the banking profession, it represents members towards public authorities and all national and foreign insti-tutions.
It can provide advice, and extend recommendations to the Finance Minister, Central Bank Governor, the National Currency and Board Savings, and the Credit Institutions Committee, and all other concerned authorities.
It examines issues related to the banking profession, especially: Improving banking & credit techniques, encouraging competition among banks, establishing joint services, introducing new techniques, training banks` employees, relations with employees` representatives.
The Association can activate joint services or companies between banks of any type, except companies which are directed by the Central Bank.
The Association can suggest, according to the presented cases, punishment against any of its members to the Central Bank Governor or the Punishment Committee of the Credit Institutions.
The Association can represent any of its members towards the Punishment Committee of the Credit Institutions.
The Association has the authority to represent members towards the legal body when it is certain that damage was attached to the overall interest of the banking profession.