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Morocco

Cards, Payments and Consumer Banking

Author: Lafferty research

Publishing date: November 2016

A comprehensive overview of the cards, payments and consumer banking market in Morocco.

Lafferty's Cards, Payments and Consumer Banking reports provide invaluable market and competitor intelligence on payments cards, e-money, acquiring/processing, retail banking and consumer credit.

Covering 70 countries, Lafferty's Cards, Payments and Consumer Banking reports provide you
with the critical information you need to make informed decisions in those markets where you already have a presence, as well as enabling you to make an accurate assessment prior to entering (or leaving) a market.

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Each market is analysed using a bespoke template developed following discussions with clients to determine what information was important to them. A dedicated team of analysts and researchers use both primary and secondary source data, and conduct in-depth interviews with senior industry executives and experts.

The resulting reports provide a unique combination of the latest available data and a clear objective analysis of payments cards, acquiring, retail banking and consumer credit activities in each market.

Should you have any queries or require more information, please contact:

Caroline Hastings
Director of Councils and Client Relations
E: caroline.hastings@lafferty.com
T: +353 (0) 98 39107

or

Michelle Loftus
Business Development Executive
E: michelle.loftus@lafferty.com
T: +353 (0) 98 39106

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