Money transfer to a bank account in Morocco

What are the advantages?

  • Security: your beneficiary does not have to carry a large amount of money.
  • Advantage: your beneficiary does not go to an agency to receive the money.
  • Speed: the money is usually available within 48 hours.

What do we need?

You must provide a 24-digit account number to process your transfer (non IBAN). It begins with the bank code, followed by the city code / code counter, the account number and bank details key.

Example:

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For more information and how to provide the account number of your beneficiary, see below.

Bank Name Of the format 
(no letters, only numbers)
Example 
(without spaces)
Attijariwafa Bank Bank code: 3 digits (007) 
city / code Branch code: 5 digit 
account number: 14 digits 
Key RIB: 2 digits
007 78700 92 XXXXXXXXXXXXXX
Al Barid Bank Bank code: 
Branch code 3 digits 3 digit 
account number: 16 digits 
Key RIB: 
2 digits
 
BCP - Banque Centrale Populaire Bank code: 3 digit 
city code / code counter: 3 digit 
account number: 16 digits 
Key RIB: 2 digits
 
BMCE Bank Bank code: 3 digits (011) 
city / code Branch code: 5 digit 
account number: 14 digits 
Key RIB: 2 digits
011 81000 83 XXXXXXXXXXXXXX
BMCI BNP Paribas Bank code: 3 digits (013) 
city / code Branch code: 8-digit 
account number: 11 digits 
Key RIB: 2 digits
013 78801100 48 XXXXXXXXXXX
Crédit Agricole of Morocco Coming soon  
Credit Morocco Bank code: 3 digits (021) 
city / code Branch code: 5 digit 
account number: 14 digits 
Key RIB: 2 digits
021 78000 29 XXXXXXXXXXXXXX
CIH Bank code: 3 digits (230) 
city / code Branch code 3 digit 
account number: 16 digits 
Key RIB: 2 digits
230 780 72 XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX
SGMB Générale Bank code: 3 digits (022) 
city / code Branch code: 5 digit 
account number: 14 digits 
Key RIB: 2 digits
022 78000 74 XXXXXXXXXXXXXX