Casablanca Finance City (CFC)
Casablanca Finance City is an African economic and financial hub located at the crossroads of continents.
What is the Casablanca Finance City Authority?
Casablanca Finance City Authority (CFCA) is a limited company born from a public-private partnership aiming to position Casablanca as a regional financial hub in Africa. CFCA was established in July 2010 through a high-level roundtable meeting, including the Region of Casablanca-Settat, the Central Bank of Morocco, the main Moroccan banks, the central securities depository, the insurance industry, and the Casablanca Stock Exchange.
Recognized as the leading financial center in Africa and a partner of the largest international financial centers, CFC has built a strong membership community of finance companies, regional headquarters of multinationals, service providers and holding companies.
CFC offers its members an attractive value proposition and quality “doing business” support to promote the deployment of their activities in Africa. Driven by the ambition to satisfy its community, CFC is committed to promoting the African expertise of its members while stimulating synergies and business opportunities within its network.
Morocco is a founding and active member of the African Union.