The launch ceremony for the new company identity took place last week in Niamey, at the Bank's headquarters.
Banque Atlantique adopts a new graphic charter. The subsidiary of the Banque Centrale Populaire (BCP) group made this change as part of a transformation project that began at its parent company in Africa, Atlantic Business International (ABI) and 16 subsidiaries in 10 countries in the sub-region. The launch ceremony for the new company identity took place last week in Niamey, at the Bank's headquarters.
As such, Banque Atlantique strengthens its image through the application of "horse" symbols in Niger to reflect DNA from BCP groups such as Côte d 'Ivoire, Mali, Benin, Burkina Faso from Guinea-Bissau and Senegal. "This change is a strategic shift that is consistent with the ambitions and commitments of the BCP group in sub-Saharan Africa that has the ambition to build the first pan-African banking group, solidarity and localization," said a statement from Atlantic Bank. A process that has been "well engaged" since the ABI holding was "solid" in the three Western African Economic and Monetary Union financial groups thanks to the continued performance of its subsidiaries operating in the fields of banking, insurance, corporate banking and asset management. .