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March 7th, 2017
Saïd Ibrahimi

Saïd Ibrahimi

Saïd Ibrahimi, Casablanca Finance City Authority CEO

Saïd Ibrahimi is the Chief Executive Officer of the Casablanca Finance City Authority, responsible for the institutional promotion and steering of Casablanca Finance City.

Ibrahimi was previously Treasurer General of the Kingdom of Morocco in charge of mordernising projects.

In 1997, he was appointed Head of Caisse National de Credit Agricole (CNCA) by King Hassan II of Morocco.

He became the Managing Director when the National Bank for Economic Development (BNDE) bought the Moroccan Bank for Africa and the East (BMAO).

He worked for BNP Paribas in Paris before moving to Morocco as Central Manager in charge of the operating network.

Ibrahimi graduated from École Centrale Paris where he also worked as an Industrial Strategy Researcher at the school of economics laboratory.

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