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The holding of the Joint Annual Meetings of the Arab Financial Institutions, April 18th and 19th 2017 : 19/04/2017

The holding of the Joint Annual Meetings of the Arab Financial Institutions,  April 18th and 19th 2017

Under the High Patronage of His Majesty King Mohammed VI, the Kingdom of Morocco is hosting the Joint Annual Meetings of the Arab Financial Institutions on April 18th and 19th 2017 in Rabat: the Arab Fund for Economic and Social Development, The Arab Monetary Fund, the Arab Bank for Economic Development in Africa, the Arab Investment and Agricultural Development Authority and the Arab Investment and Export Credit Guarantee Corporation

These meetings will be attended by the Ministers of Economy and Finance of the Arab countries, the Presidents of the Boards of Directors of these institutions and the representatives of the International and Regional Organizations. In the margins of these meetings, the Council of Arab Finance Ministers will also be held.

Participants in this event will review a number of points relevant to Arab financial institutions, including the adoption of annual reports on their financial activities and the adoption of their annual and administrative budgets as well as the designation of the external auditors of their financial accounts.

This event is the fifth edition organized by the institutions of the joint annual assemblies of the Arab financial institutions in Morocco, following those organized in 1987 in Casablanca, in 2000 in Fez, in 2006 in Casablanca, and in 2012 in Marrakech. The designation of the Kingdom of Morocco to host these assemblies indicates the special position it holds among the Arab countries and the confidence of these institutions in our country’s ability to successfully organize such important event.

During these assemblies, the meetings of the Supervisory Board of the Special Account for the financing of small and medium-sized private sector projects in the Arab countries will also be held.

Will take part in these meetings about 350 people, including:

  • Ministers of Economy and Finance of the Arab countries as Governors of their countries in the Arab financial institutions;

  • The Presidents of the Boards of Directors of these institutions and their General Managers and accompanying delegations;

  • Representatives of International and Regional Organizations