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Maximizing Morocco’s Financial Potential Through Education

Wednesday 28 February 2024 - 09:46
Maximizing Morocco’s Financial Potential Through Education

Mohammed VI Polytechnic University (UM6P) and the Moroccan Capital Market Authority (AMMC) have forged a groundbreaking partnership agreement aimed at bolstering financial literacy and fostering innovation in Morocco.

Signed on Tuesday, the multi-year accord establishes a framework for close collaboration between these esteemed institutions. Its overarching objective is to unleash the untapped potential of Morocco’s financial sector through concerted efforts in education, research, training, and entrepreneurship.

Key areas of emphasis encompass designing public awareness programs, supporting applied research, and developing tailored curricula for students and industry professionals. By facilitating the exchange of expertise, UM6P and AMMC also seek to stimulate dialogue around prevailing challenges and emerging opportunities.

In welcoming the partnership, UM6P President Hicham El Habti underscored its potential to advance financial knowledge and pave the way for future generations of leaders. Meanwhile, AMMC President Nezha Hayat described the agreement as laying “strong foundations” for an ambitious, results-driven relationship.

Both leaders highlighted the pressing need to enhance financial literacy across all segments of society and to foster innovation through collaboration with Fintech companies. As Hayat remarked, mobilizing capital markets to their full potential is paramount for driving sustainable economic growth.

With a shared commitment to research excellence and skills development, UM6P and AMMC aspire to empower Morocco to realize its financial aspirations. Through strategic coordination in education and outreach, their landmark accord heralds an exciting new era of progress.

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