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Moroccan banks calls on all African start-up to apply for ‘Fintech Challenge’

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Moroccan banks calls on all African start-up to apply for ‘Fintech Challenge’

The Popular Central Bank (BCP) group, an international banking institution, has launched an innovative programme for African start-ups called the ‘Fintech Challenge’, to enable them access new markets to develop their activities.

Aware of the role that start-ups can play in transforming the banking sector, the BCP group announced the launch of the first edition of its innovative programme.

BCP has announced a call for applications, which is open until 23 December 2018, to identify the most promising start-ups in Africa and elsewhere who will become full partners of the BCP group.

At the end of this unprecedented innovative programme, the selected start-ups will have the opportunity to sign a contract with BCP.

These young companies will benefit from access to new markets, the business expertise of a universal financial group, the significant potential of its ecosystem in Africa and a dedicated acceleration programme.

The aim will be to offer these companies a mutually beneficial partnership based on the deployment of innovative solutions.

An inaugural event of the Fintech Challenge, co-organized with the Atlantic Bank around the theme: Banque-Start-up: which models of collaboration, for which impacts is planned for 23 November 2018 in the Ivorian economic capital, Abidjan. The BCP group is one of Morocco’s leading banking institutions, and is present in 28 countries around the world.

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