Casablanca Stock Exchange (CSE)

Casablanca Stock Exchange (CSE)

The Casablanca Stock Exchange was established as long ago as 1929. At that time, it was known as the “Office de Compensation des Valeurs Mobilières” (Office for Clearing of Transferable Securities).

Since then, the Casablanca Stock Exchange has been rejuvenated. In 2000, the Société de la Bourse des Valeurs de Casablanca or “SBVC” has changed name to become the Casablanca Stock Exchange, a joint stock company (“société anonyme”) with a Board of Directors and a Supervisory Board.

In January 2007, the Casablanca Stock Exchange redesigned its visual identity with a wish to support its change in size.

In December 2008, creation of a Casablanca Stock Exchange follow-up committee created by the Board directors for the revamping of the statutes of the company and the shift from a model of dual governorship with Board directors and Supervisory Board to a model with Board of Directors and General Management.
In April 2009, the Casablanca Stock Exchange officially adopted a corporate governance with Board of Directors and General Management.
More information on the Casablanca Stock Exchange Website at http://www.casablanca-bourse.com/.