Banque Atlantique recently launched the new graphical map as part of the Impuls transformation project by the Banque Centrale Populaire Group (BCP) in the Atlantic Business International (ABI) portfolio and its 16 subsidiaries in 10 countries around the world. sub-region.
The opening ceremony of the new visual identity took place on Wednesday 31 October, Niamey head of the bank with the presence of General Manager Mr. Ngan COULIBALY and several associates.
Thus, Banque Atlantique strengthens its image through the implementation of the image of the horse in Niger in order to reflect the DNA of the BCP group and its subsidiaries Cte dIvoire, Mali, Benin, Burkina Faso, Guinea Bissau and Senegal. structural process.
This change represents a strategic shift in line with the ambitions and commitments of the BCP Group in Sub-Saharan Africa, the ambition of which is to build the first pan-African banking group, solidarity and local roots.
This process is underway as the ABI portfolio firm is firmly established in the UEMOA's three largest financial groups, thanks to the continuous performance of its subsidiaries active in the banking, insurance, corporate banking and management sectors. dactifs.
About Atlantic Bank
Banque Atlantique is the third largest banking group in the WAEMU band in terms of market shares.
Banque Atlantique is present in the eight UEMOA countries:
Banque Atlantique also supports niche subsidiaries such as:
Business Bank: Atlantic Finance
Asset Management: Asset Management in the Atlantic
Insurance: Atlantic Life Insurance and Atlantic Security P & C Insurance in Ivory Coast, GTAC2A-Vie and GTA-C2A IARDT in Togo
Banque Atlantique is a subsidiary of Morocco's Banque Centrale Populaire (BCP).
About the Morocco Banque Centrale Populaire (BCP) team
The BCP Group, one of the first banking organizations in Morocco, is among the top 10 African banks in terms of balance sheet size. It focuses on the values of solidarity, reciprocity and its unique organization in Morocco. The Group consists of 9 Regional Cooperative Banks (BPR), a cooperative branch. the Banque Centrale Populaire (BCP), the central body of the group in the form of a listed public limited company, as well as specialized subsidiaries, institutions and foreign banks and representations. The BCP Group is present in 12 African countries and 13 other countries in the rest of the world.
In UEMOA, BCP relies heavily on Banque Atlantique to build the first pan-African banking group, jointly and anchored locally.
This concept of solidarity refers to the Group's commitment to African countries to finance major infrastructure projects and to develop social and economic integration, while at the same time strengthening the link between African diasporas in the world and countries of origin.
It also reflects the strong relationship between the Group and its various subsidiaries for longer term sustainability.
Niamey, November 5, 2018