In 2018, the Attijariwafa bank Group won the prestigious Global SME Finance Awards in Spain, the prestigious platinium cup of the & Best Bank of TPME li in the MENA region. An explanation from the banking group on Friday.
On this occasion, the Executive Director in charge of the Corporate Market in the Attijariwafa bank group; Karim Idrissi Kaitouni received the award from Matthew Gamser, CEO of Global SME Finance Awards. same source.
"I would like to congratulate all the winners of the first Global Global Finance Awards. These awards are the CEO of Global SME Finance Awards in the newspaper, stating that they know the best financial institutions and branches that have achieved outstanding results in offering products or services for SMEs. Matthew Gamser said: The winners are diverse, but they all have a strong commitment to helping small businesses in their markets with loyalties and innovative practices.
”The winners inspire us and their peers,“ he said.
In this forum, the International Finance Corporation (IFC), a member of the World Bank Group, applauded the outstanding innovations and leadership of 15 financial institutions and financial technology companies around the world to reduce the worldwide financial gap. Micro, $ 5.2 trillion in small and medium enterprises (UMEs).
It also praised the launch of an innovative product or service for SME customers, strong results in SME financing or innovative in digital financial services. Approved by the G20 Global Financial Inclusion Partnership (GPFI) presented at the fourth annual meeting of the Financing SME Forum in Madrid.
The winners were selected from over 100 applicants and selected by a jury representing financial institutions, investors, financial technology companies and development banks.
The awards presented at the fourth annual meeting of the Finance Forum for SMEs in Madrid were approved by the G20 Global Financial Accession Partnership (GPFI). The winners were selected from over 100 applicants and selected by a jury representing financial institutions, investors, financial technology companies and development banks.
600 participants from more than 275 countries from 80 countries participated in the forum, which focused on the digitalization of SMEs and explored how SMEs could shift from the informal sector to the informal sector through technological innovations, regulations and partnerships. official economy.
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