Banque El Amana (BEA)
Banque El Amana is a limited company under Mauritanian law, created in 1996 between the Mauritanian State, Commercial Banks, companies and private Mauritanians. It has a varied network of foreign correspondents and a network of agencies which covers the wilayas of Nouakchott, Dakhla and Nouadhibou, Assaba, Trarza and Hodh El Gharbi.
It exercises all banking activities in accordance with banking law No. 95.011 dated 07/17/1995. From year to year, El Amana Bank manages to finance important projects in different fields such as real estate, trade, import and export, hydrocarbons, fishing, agriculture… ..
In March 2002, the Bank set up financing for a program of 500 accommodation (Middle Standing) intended for the middle class located on the road to Nouakchott beach.
In 2005, the Bank launched the construction of a market of around fifty shops for the home furniture trade located next to SONADER, on the Nouakchott Rosso axis.
During the same year, the Bank financed a second program of 378 social housing units in collaboration with the female association ATOIT located in the residential area of Nouakchott known as "Las Palmas". In recent years, the Bank has taken a step back in real estate financing and has focused on the fishing and industry, trade and agriculture sectors.
Banque El Amana SA was born at the end of 2004 after a total privatization of the former Banque de l'Habitat de Mauritanie, it has entirely private capital amounting to Eight Billion Four Hundred Million Ouguiya, 99% of which is owned by the businessman Mr. Ahmed Salem BOUNA MOCTAR, the balance by small carriers.
The completion of the Bank's privatization process in 2004 marked a new era in the history of this institution, with its complete transformation into a commercial bank which quickly became more robust and propelled itself to be among the first players in the market. banking in Mauritania. Indeed, our Institution has set out to consolidate its position as a benchmark bank serving its customers by gradually increasing its equity and densifying its network of agencies and foreign correspondents.
The Bank has since been organized to serve the clientele of individuals, professionals, Mauritanians resident abroad, SMEs and large companies. A local bank, it is organized around a network of 8 branches (at the end of 2016) covering the entire Mauritanian territory.
In order to consolidate this position, in an environment marked by the establishment of first-rate foreign banks and the entry on the market of several new local banks, the BEA adopted an ambitious strategic plan which is mainly focused on innovation, compliance with international regulations, promotion of human resources and consolidation of customer relations.
A benchmark bank at national level, the BEA also asserts itself as a bank with an international dimension thanks to a very dense network of prestigious foreign correspondents (La Société Générale Paris, UBAF, UBAE, Banco Popular, Bank Of Tokyo, BACB, Banque Cantonale de Genève,…). The constantly renewed and increased confirmation lines that its correspondents place at its disposal, testify to the confidence that the BEA has been able to acquire and consolidate with its partners.See more