Bank Al-Maghrib


Bank Al-Maghrib

Infobox Central bank
bank_name_in_local = بنك المغرب
image_1 = Bank_in_marocco.jpg
image_title_1 = Headquarter
image_2 = BAMLogo.jpg
image_title_2 = Logo
headquarters = Rabat, Morocco
bank_of = Morocco
currency = Moroccan dirham
currency_iso = MAD
borrowing_rate =
deposit_rate =
website = [http://www.bkam.ma/ bkam.ma]
footnotes =
The Bank Al-Maghrib is the central bank of the Kingdom of Morocco. It was founded in 1959, and is based in Rabat. It holds reserves of foreign currency with an estimated worth of USD 22 billion (2006 worth). In addition to currency management, the Bank Al-Maghrib also supervises a number of privatized banks supplying retail services.

ee also

*Central banks and currencies of Africa
*Moroccan dirham

External links

* fr icon en icon [http://www.bkam.ma Bank Al-Maghrib official site]
* [http://www.cbrates.com/ cbrates.com: Central Bank Rate Decisions and Monetary Meetings]


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