Change direction Crédit du Maroc. Indeed, Baldoméro Valverde is leaving the presidency of the bank after a term of six and a half years.
The management of the group has indeed announced that Bernard Muselet has taken control of the Group's Moroccan subsidiary since 1 October. Thus, on September 26, several individuals, business leaders, clients and institutions came to pay special tribute to Baldomér Valverde, the outgoing Chairman of the Executive Board of Crédit du Maroc, the company said in a statement. , paid great tribute during that ceremony.
He recalled the great progress the bank has made in its tenure and praised the commitment, dynamism, persistence and rigor of both the leader and the man who characterized the history of Credit du Morocco, the bank says, explaining that it has been able to transform the Moroccan credit that for the first time in its history. the result of 2018 exceeding the 500 million mark dirhams. "As soon as it arrived, it launched a major transformation project aimed at improving customer satisfaction and experience, and its ambitions were reflected in what was then a business project called CAP2018, before becoming CAP2020.
A clear roadmap with strategic axes: commercial efficiency, operational efficiency, human resource excellence and management adaptation ", adds the same source. Bernard Muselet has held several positions within the Crédit Agricole SA Group. he joined in 2008. He was the Deputy CEO of Eurofactor in charge of development in France and was subsequently successively appointed in 2010 as the Deputy General Manager of Crédit Agricole Leasing & Factoring in charge of Factoring and Leasing in France. In 2013, Bernard Muselet was named CAL & F's Deputy Executive Director in charge of the development of two business lines in France and abroad, and in 2015 he joined the Ille-et-Vilaine Regional Bank as Deputy Chief Executive Officer.