Attijariwafa Bank, the largest bank in Morocco and third largest in Africa, has chosen FRSGlobal as its regulatory reporting provider. The bank has selected FRSGlobal’s consolidated risk and regulatory platform to produce its regulatory reports for Spain and Italy, complementing its existing reporting for France, Belgium, Netherlands and Germany. In addition, Attijariwafa Bank Europe has selected FRSGlobal to deliver internal management reporting more efficiently.
Youssef Koun, project manager at Attijariwafa Bank Europe, said: “The successful implementation of FRSGlobal’s platform in France and Belgium was a key deciding factor for us to deploy the same technology in the four other countries within a four-month timeframe. Their breadth of coverage, regulatory update service and impressive collaboration with our implementation team are just three of the reasons why we consider FRSGlobal to be our strategic compliance partner to support our development all over Europe.”
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