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Morocco Banking Information Guide & Tips

One of the countries that Veem can process payments to is Morocco, and this is done using two banking partners, Citi Bank (primary) and SVB. Payees can receive funds in MAD and USD (exceptions per approval).

Payments that are processed in MAD require specific formatting for the Account Number and the recipient will need to provide the following information:

 

  • Bank Code (3 digits) - This will auto-populate through the bank picker and is unique for each bank.

  • Branch Code (3 digits) - This is unique for each branch of a specific bank. 

  • Bank Account Number- This needs to be 18 digits long, including a 2-digit RIB Key >> 16-digit account # + 2-digit RIB #).

  • Bank Name

  • Beneficiary Name - The name of the Bank account Holder and must be exact as registered on the bank account.

  • Currency - The currency associated with the bank account.

  • Account Type - This can be checking or savings.

**RIB stands for relevé d’identité bancaire, meaning "statement of banking identity".

 

IMPORTANT: To successfully deliver payments to Morocco, the RIB Key must be added as a suffix to the bank account number always! The last 2 digits are the RIB Key. Please review the table below for more details.

Bank Name Bank Code RIB Key

Attijariwafa Bank

007

92

BCP – Banque Centrale Populaire

157

Refer to the payee bank statement

BMCE Bank

011

83

BMCI BNP Paribas

013

48

Credit du Maroc

021

29

CIH

230

72

SGMB Societe Generale

022

74

 
For more information, concerns, or inquiries, please reach out to client services.