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CFC signs a partnership with Toronto Finance International

Toronto Finance International, first financial place in Canada and number two in North America.

This new agreement is the second with a Canadian financial center. It brings to twelve the number of partnerships between SWC and leading international financial centers.

Casablanca Finance City (CFC) announces the signing of a partnership with Toronto Finance International (TFI), Canada’s leading international financial center and the second largest in the North American continent.

This new agreement is in addition to the numerous international partnerships already established by SWC with the main financial centers of the planet. Casablanca Finance City’s cooperation network is expanding to include twelve major partnerships with, besides Toronto, the financial centers of Montreal, Singapore, London, Paris, Luxembourg, Astana, Beijing and Busan.

The Memorandum of Understanding between SWC and Toronto Finance International (TFI) lays the groundwork for sustainable cooperation to promote investment opportunities between Canada, Morocco and Africa. It will also provide a platform to promote best practices in the areas of green finance and green infrastructure.

To this end, it will promote the sharing of knowledge and expertise between the two parties, with a view to accelerating the joint development of professional education and training programs in financial and financial services in the two respective markets.

Manal Bernoussi, CFC Strategy, Marketing and Communications Director, said, “We are honored to sign this partnership with Toronto Finance International to explore opportunities for cooperation in North America, Morocco and Africa. Finance City is strengthening its network in North America and further consolidating its international footprint, as well as confirming CFC’s interest in the North American market and, conversely, the attractiveness of the African continent for North American investors”.

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