Attijariwafa bank SA, together with its subsidiaries, provides banking products and services. The company offers savings and investment products; health insurance; remote banking; personal, property, and professional loans; furniture and property leasing; and banking and payment card, as well as retirement and mortgage solutions. It also offers cash and bank account management, such as personal and professional accounts with payment solutions; insurance and support services; lending solutions; money transfer; online and mobile banking; private banking; wealth management; and factoring, discounting, credit lines, and seasonal credit. In addition, the company provides financing products and services, including capital raising, bond issues, structured loans, and private equity; capital investment consulting; corporate finance transaction consulting; mergers and acquisitions, financial structuring and privatization, and equity and debt capital market services, as well as online securities trading platform; international payment instruments; bank guarantees; currency hedging and commodities services; intra-company or intra-group cash pooling solutions; and financing solutions for micro-enterprises. Further, it engages in the securities investment; portfolio management; and securitization activities. Additionally, the company operates an e-markets platform that processes forex transactions. As of December 31, 2020, it operates through a network of 3,496 branches in Morocco; 295 branches in North Africa; 69 branches in Europe and the Middle East; 821 branches in West Africa; and 867 branches in Central Africa. The company was founded in 1904 and is headquartered in Casablanca, Morocco.