Send Money to a Bank Account in Morocco

What are the advantages?

  • Safety — receivers don't need to carry large amounts of cash.
  • Convenience — receivers don't need to go to an agent location to get cash.
  • Speed — the money's generally deposited within 48 hours.

What's needed?

We need a 24-digit account number to process your transfer. This is different from your IBAN. It begins with the bank (code banque), followed by city or branch code (code ville or code guichet), account number (numéro de compte), and RIB key (clé RIB).

For more details and to see how to provide your receiver's account number, please see below.

Name of Bank Account format
(no letters, numbers only)
Example
(please enter without spaces)
Attijariwafa Bank Bank code: 3 digits (007)
City/Branch code: 5 digits
Account number: 14 digits
RIB key: 2 digits
00778700XXXXXXXXXXXXXX92
Al Barid Bank Bank code: 3 digits
Branch code: 3 digits
Account number: 16 digits
RIB key: 2 digits
 
BCP – Banque Centrale Populaire Bank code: 3 digits
City/Branch code: 3 digits
Account number: 16 digits
RIB key: 2 digits
 
BMCE Bank Bank code: 3 digits (011)
City/Branch code: 5 digits
Account number: 14 digits
RIB key: 2 digits
01181000XXXXXXXXXXXXXX83
BMCI BNP Paribas Bank code: 3 digits (013)
City/Branch code: 8 digits
Account number: 11 digits
RIB key: 2 digits
01378801100XXXXXXXXXXX48
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Credit du Maroc Bank code: 3 digits (021)
City/Branch code: 5 digits
Account number: 14 digits
RIB key: 2 digits
02178000XXXXXXXXXXXXXX29
CIH Bank code: 3 digits (230)
City/Branch code: 3 digits
Account number: 16 digits
RIB key: 2 digits
230780XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX72
SGMB Societe Generale Bank code: 3 digits (022)
City/Branch code: 5 digits
Account number: 14 digits
RIB key: 2 digits
02278000XXXXXXXXXXXXXX74