• The new denomination “BANK OF AFRICA” ​​strengthening the African dimension of the Group
  • Celebration of the 55th anniversary of the creation of the Bank and the 20th anniversary of BANK OF AFRICA Foundation
  • Rise in the capital of BOA by 75%, of the Mali Development Bank by 32.4% and La Congolaise de Banque by 37%
  • Expansion of BANK OF AFRICA to Rwanda, following the acquisition of Agaseke Bank
  • Introduction of Mandarin in the Medersat.Com school network of the BANK OF AFRICA Foundation
  • Expansion of the Medersat.Com network following the opening of the Medersat.Com Bni Chiguer school in Nador, reinforcing the presence of the schools network in the region
  • Awards by BANK OF AFRICA for the 1st edition of the African Entrepreneurship Award, rewarding the best ideas for projects in Africa
  • BANK OF AFRICA elected as the “Socially Responsible Bank of the Year” at the 9th edition of the African Banker Awards "Top CSR Performer” awarded by Vigéo for the 2nd time"
  • Getting the CSR Arabia Awards 2015 prize - Financial Services category – the only company listed on the Casablanca Stock Exchange to obtain the highest scores in 7 Social Responsibility matters
  • ISAE 3402 Type II Certification of BMCE Capital Gestion awarded by PWC for the second time for the dedication to safe working environment
  • Issue of a subordinated bond of MAD 2 Billion                    


  • Opening of a representation in Canada as part of a partnership with Desjardins Group
  • Expansion of BMCE EuroServices Network through the opening of new offices in the Netherlands, Germany and Belgium in Antwerp.
  • Organization of the 1st edition of the China Africa Investment Meetings in collaboration with China Africa Joint Chamber of Commerce and Industry.
  • Starting the BOA Capital activity - with CFC status in partnership with BMCE Capital
  • Issue of a subordinated bond of MAD 2 Billion
  • Launch of the African Entrepreneurship Award, a $ 1 million prize for young African entrepreneurs


  • Increasing the participation of BANK OF AFRICA in the capital of the Pan African BANK OF AFRICA Group from 65% to 72.6% in 2013
  • Restructuring the BMCE International Holding, now bringing together the two European subsidiaries BBI London and BBI Madrid in the service of Africa.
  • Creation of BMCE EuroServices subsidiary, which offers Moroccans Living Abroad a diversified range of products & services


Successful issue of the 1st Eurobond Moroccan Corporate, subscribed to by sixty foreign investors for the amount of $ 300 million.