The Queen of the Netherlands expected in Morocco

Queen Maxima of the Netherlands is expected in Morocco for a first visit of its kind from 20 to 23 March.

Queen Maxima is visiting Morocco in her capacity as Special Advisor to the UN Secretary-General on Inclusive Finance for Development, to provide further support to the progress made by Morocco in the field of inclusive finance in recent years.

The program of the Dutch Queen’s visit includes bilateral meetings with Prime Minister Aziz Akhannouch, Secretary General of the Government Mohamed Hajoui, Minister of Economy and Finance Nadia Fattah Alaoui, Minister of Industry and Trade Ryad Mezzour, Minister Delegate for Digital Transition and Administrative Reform Ghita Mezzour, Governor of the Bank of Morocco Abdellatif Jouahri, and President of the Moroccan Capital Market Authority Nezha Hayat.

The main theme of investments to help launch the digital payments market in Morocco will be the focus of bilateral meetings between Queen Maxima and several Moroccan ministerial officials, and how to achieve further progress for the Fintech sector in Morocco will be discussed.

Queen Maxima will meet with a group of entrepreneurs and users of financial services on the first day of the visit in Casablanca, to hear first-hand about their experiences, and on the second and third days of the visit, she will be the special advisor to the UN Secretary-General, between the cities of Casablanca and Rabat. She will also be keen to meet with senior leaders from the public and private sectors to discuss many issues of interest in the field of Inclusive Finance in Morocco.


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