Atlantic Business International (ABI), a subsidiary of the Moroccan Central Bank Popular Group (BCP), intends to support the Nigerian government and businesses in their development efforts, said the head of this African holding, Habib Koné.
Koné made the remarks after an interview in Niamey with Nigerian Prime Minister Brigi Rafini. “This audience was an opportunity to examine the prospects of the Nigerian economy, the role our bank plays and the support we provide for the benefit of the State, businesses and our customers in this country,” Mr Koné stressed.
It is also about looking into the future to see what “we can bring as an added value in order to promote activities, promote banking and help Nigerien companies to develop,” he said, in addition.
The ABI holding, the backbone of the Atlantic Bank, is firmly established in the top three of financial groups in the UEMOA (West African Economic and Monetary Union) area.