In line with its ongoing series of investment meetings, Crédit du Maroc hosted a significant event in Casablanca on Thursday, May 30, under the theme “New Mechanisms to Accelerate Your Investments.” The event gathered over 200 clients and partners of the bank.

The meeting highlighted support mechanisms for private investment, particularly focusing on the investment charter and Crédit du Maroc’s Cap-Access offering. This initiative underscores the bank’s role as a key advisor within the investment ecosystem.

The event featured prominent figures such as Mohcine Jazouli, Minister Delegate to the Head of Government, responsible for Investment, Convergence, and the Evaluation of Public Policies, and Mohamed Benchaâboun, Director General of the Mohammed VI Fund for Investment. It provided a platform to inform business leaders about various support mechanisms available to aid their development projects, offering complementary tools to facilitate easier access to financing.

The adoption of the investment charter project law and the implementation of the “National Pact for Investment” in 2022, along with the launch of the Cap-Access co-financing line by the Mohammed VI Fund for Investment in partnership with Tamwilcom and GPBM in 2024, reflect the strong commitments of various stakeholders—government, financial operators, and the private sector—in promoting and developing investment in Morocco. These efforts align with the ambitions set forth by King Mohammed VI, as reiterated in his speech on the 24th anniversary of his accession to the throne.

During the event, Mohamed Hassan Bensalah, Chairman of the Supervisory Board of Crédit du Maroc, emphasized the importance of private investment in the economic recovery of the Kingdom. “We understand that inclusive and sustainable national growth depends on the contribution of all economic actors and the participation of all regions of the Kingdom. Business investment not only benefits the companies themselves but also creates broader value for the region, making its economy more resilient,” he stated.

The event also featured a panel of expert speakers who shed light on mechanisms to accelerate investment for businesses. This panel included:

  • Salma Bellamine, Executive Director of the Mohammed VI Fund for Investment;
  • Ali Seddiki, General Director of AMDIE;
  • Hicham Zanati Serghini, General Director of Tamwilcom;
  • Ali Chorfi, Deputy General Director of Corporate & Investment Banking at Crédit du Maroc.

All panelists unanimously emphasized the complementarity of investment mechanisms, placing businesses at the heart of their concerns.

Businesses thus stand at the center of a comprehensive ecosystem, benefiting from the expertise, support, and advice of various actors:

  • AMDIE, responsible for promoting Morocco’s investment offerings and developing both national and foreign investments in Morocco;
  • The Mohammed VI Fund for Investment, acting as a catalyst for investment to support the Kingdom’s economic recovery.