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BAM obtains ISO 37001 certification

At the end of the audit conducted by the Euro-Compliance firm, in October 2019, Bank Al-Maghrib obtains the ISO 37001 certification of its Anti-Corruption Management System for all its business processes and support.

The certificate ceremony took place on November 28, 2019, in Rabat, in the presence of members of the Bank Board, its institutional partners and representatives of civil society.

This ceremony coincides with the celebration of the 60th anniversary of Bank Al-Maghrib. It also intervenes on the eve of the international and national days of fight against corruption, respectively on 9 December and 10 January next.

This certification reinforces the actions undertaken by Bank Al-Maghrib, in terms of ethics and professional conduct, by providing the Bank with an integrated and structured anti-corruption system. Led by the top management of the Bank, the system is built around the following main components:

• An anti-corruption policy, published internally and externally;
• A risk management system specific to the Bank’s activities;
• Ongoing awareness and training actions;
• An ethics alert system open to staff and partners.

Through this system, Bank Al-Maghrib also aims to actively contribute, along with all players in the financial sector, to the anti-corruption dynamics, in the wake of the national strategy adopted in material.

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