As a reference banking group, Bank Of Africa - BMCE Group is a major player offering a wide range of services and tailor-made financial solutions that allow it to support, on a daily basis, nearly 7 million individual clients, corporates and institutional investors.
Internationally, the Group relies primarily on the growing strength of Bank of Africa operating now in 21 countries, as well as on its European subsidiaries based in London and Madrid as well as its representative offices in the United Arab Emirates, North America and China.
BOA was founded in 1982 and is 73% owned by Bank Of Africa - BMCE Group. It is the second largest Pan-African Group in terms of geographical coverage.
Its widespread network, enhanced over the years, makes it a unique Group with one of the largest growth pools in the region. Over the past few years, the Group’s ability to grow its network of commercial banks and financial companies within its geographical perimeter covered by 21 countries, highlights its solid foothold over the continent and its sustainable growth strategy.
BTI is the participative bank born from a partnership between Bank Of Africa - BMCE Group and Al Baraka Banking Group, a leader in participative banking established in Bahrain.
With the 51% stake held by Bank Of Africa - BMCE Group, the participatory bank seek to address all market segments by offering financing solutions through Murabaha contracts. On the medium term, the bank development plan forecasts the opening of at least 20 new agencies.
LCB is a pioneer in financing the Congolese economy with 15% of credits market-share. It is 37% owned by Bank Of Africa - BMCE Group and has since 2004 been directly managed by the Bank.
The Group Congolese subsidiary relies on a well-developed network of 20 branches and stands out by its innovative dynamic further enhanced by the recent launch of a digital banking project similar to the one successfully launched in Morocco.
BDM stands out as one of the leading banks in Mali relying on a large network of about 50 branches and more than 70 sales points, combined with a rich and diversified banking offer adapted to both its local clientele and the Malian diaspora.
Aware of the importance to capture the growth potential of sub-Saharan countries, BDM has equipped itself with the means to become an important regional player in the WAEMU zone, through its 3 subsidiaries BDU-Bissau, BDU-Côte Ivoire and BDU-Burkina Faso.
BDM is actively pursuing growth opportunities based on its universal banking model.
BMCE Capital, the investment banking unit within Bank Of Africa - BMCE Group, offers a wide range of financial solutions to corporate, institutional and individual clients and intends to play a leading role in shaping the continent's financial markets.
With its headquarter in Casablanca, a true exchange hub between Europe, Africa and the Middle East, BMCE Capital is present in Tunisia through its subsidiary Axis Capital and in West Africa through another subsidiary BOA Capital.
The growth strategy of BMCE Capital rests on a clear strategic vision shared by all its employees: become a pan-African leader in investment banking.
BMCE Bank International, incorporated in May 2007, is the Group's international platform dedicated to financing and trade finance operations for Moroccan and sub-Saharan customers. Its activities are organized around three profit centers based in London, Paris and Madrid.