Banque Atlantique has just launched its new graphic document in Nigeria as part of the Banque Centrale Populaire (BCP) project of the Impulse Group within the Atlantic Business International (ABI) African Holding Company and 16 subsidiaries in 10 countries around the world. subregion.
The launch of the new visual identity took place on Wednesday, October 31, at Niamey, headed by the bank, in the presence of the general manager of Mr. Nganja COULIBALIJA and several colleagues.
Banque Atlantique thus strengthened its image by carrying out a horse's image in Niger to reflect the DNA of the BCP Group and its subsidiaries Cte dIvoire, Mali, Benin, Burkina Faso, Guinea-Bissau and Senegal, which followed it in this regard. structuring process.
This change represents a strategic shift that is consistent with the BCP Group's ambitions and commitments in sub-Saharan Africa, whose ambitions are to build the first Pan-African banking group, solidarity and local roots.
This process is in progress, as the ABI holding company is firmly ranked in the top three financial groups in UEMOA, thanks to the sustainable functioning of its subsidiaries operating in the areas of banking, insurance, corporate banking and management. dactifs.
About Atlantic Bank
Banque Atlantique is the third largest bank group in the WAEMU area with regard to market shares.
Banque Atlantique is present in eight UEMOA countries:
Banque Atlantique also supports specialized subsidiaries such as:
Bank of Business: Atlantic Finance
Asset Management: Atlantic Asset Management
Insurance: Atlantic Life and Atlantic Insurance P & C Insurance in Côte d'Ivoire, GTAC2A-Vie and GTA-C2A IARDT in Togo
Banque Atlantique is a subsidiary of the Banque Centrale Populaire (BCP) of the Morocco Group.
About the Banque Centrale Populaire (BCP) in Morocco
The BCP Group, one of the first banking institutions in Morocco, is in the ten largest African banks according to the size of the balance sheet. It derives its strength from the values of solidarity, reciprocity and its unique organization in Morocco. The group consists of 9 regional cooperative banks (BPR), a cooperative profession; Banque Centrale Populaire (BCP), a central body of the Group in the form of a publicly listed company; as well as specialized subsidiaries, foundations and foreign banks and representative offices. The BCP Group is present in 12 African countries and 13 other countries abroad.
In the UEMOA area, BCP relies heavily on Banque Atlantique to build the first pan-African banking group, solidarity and anchored at the local level.
This solidarity concept relates to the group's commitment to African countries to finance major infrastructure projects and the development of social and financial inclusion, and at the same time strengthens the link between the African Diaspora in the world and the countries of origin.
It also illustrates the strong link between the Group and its various subsidiaries for long-term better resilience.
Niamey, November 5, 2018