Said Ibrahimi

Casablanca Finance City Authority

Mr. Said Ibrahimi was appointed CEO of Casablanca Finance City Authority (CFC) in April 2010 by His Majesty (HM) the King Mohammed VI.
CFC, formerly known as the Moroccan Financial Board, is a public-private partnership dedicated to positioning Casablanca as an international financial center, and a premier gateway into African markets for financial institutions, regional headquarters of multinational corporations and professional services firms. CFC is empowered by law with the overall management and promotion of Casablanca Finance City.
Ibrahimi has thirty years of global experience beginning his professional career in France with the Group BNP Paribas. Before joining CFC, he was General Treasurer of the Kingdom, appointed by HM King Mohammed VI in 2003. Previously, he was CEO of the bank Caisse Nationale du Crédit Agricole (now Crédit du Maroc), appointed by HM the late King Hassan II.
Ibrahimi graduated from Ecole Centrale de Paris in 1981 with a bachelor’s degree in engineering. He holds a master’s degree in industrial engineering from Ecole as well.