International Cooperation

Morocco, represented namely by Bank Al-Maghrib, is a member of the MENA regional group in the Financial Stability Board[1], which brings together countries of the region and seeks primarily to assess vulnerabilities in member countries and review developments in the implementation of reforms and strengthening of financial stability.

Bank Al-Maghrib also maintains regular exchanges with foreign counterparts with which it has signed agreements to share information and ensure follow up of developments relating to Moroccan banking groups established abroad.

It also takes part in various international workshops and conferences addressing topics related to financial stability. Several central banks also seek its expertise in this field and it regularly receives delegations and missions of various international institutions.

[1] The Financial Stability Board is an international economic group established by G20 in 2009 to internationally coordinate actions aimed to the strengthening of financial stability

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