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Morocco : Casablanca Stock Exchange launches  e-Bourse platform

The Casablanca Stock Exchange is launching e-Bourse as part of a drive to strengthen its financial education policy in partnership with TradingView. This platform, officially launched on 21 February 2024, is dedicated to virtual trading and « learning by doing » for students and people interested in the stock market.

The Casablanca Stock Exchange has just launched, a stock market simulation platform aimed primarily at students. This new platform, based on artificial intelligence, was developed by the Casablanca Stock Exchange’s in-house teams in partnership with TradingView. In particular, it enables users to hone their investment skills thanks to the interactive portfolio management simulator, and forms part of the Moroccan government’s 2021 national financial inclusion strategy for the digitalisation of financial services. According to the authorities, the aim is to make stock market culture accessible to as many people as possible.

“We can make technology our own and use it to develop our economy. It’s also important to say that this is the first initiative of its kind in the region, and our country under His Majesty’s enlightened vision has always been ahead of the game, a leader in the financial markets, and this type of initiative enables us to maintain our leadership and take advantage of all the economic, technological and financial opportunities.”

Nadia Fettah Alaoui, Minister of Economy and FinanceMorocco

The ambition to raise awareness among young people of the importance of the stock market and investment for the country’s development was motivated by the economic performance recorded in 2023, which showed a growth rate of 3.5% according to the World Bank.

“This is work that is structuring because it is part of the efforts we have been making at the Casablanca Stock Exchange for 3 decades first through the Stock Exchange School which was created in 2000 and then after the E-learning platform launched in 2016 as well as the various agreements signed with universities and the World federation of exchange.”

Namal Mokdad, Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Casablanca Stock Exchange Morocco

This new initiative reinforces the Casablanca Stock Exchange’s ongoing efforts to bring the academic world closer to the major economic issues facing the country and to the structuring initiatives of the financial sector.


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