The opening ceremony of a new corporate identity took place last week in Niamey at the headquarters of the bank.
Banque Atlantique adopted a new graphic chart. A subsidiary of the Banque Centrale Populaire (BCP) has made this change as part of a transformation project launched by Atlantic Business International (ABI) and its 16 subsidiaries in 10 countries in the sub-region. The opening ceremony of a new corporate identity took place last week in Niamey at the headquarters of the bank.
Banque Atlantique thus strengthens its image by implementing the "horse" sign in Niger to reflect BCP DNA, such as Cote d'Ivoire, Mali, Benin, Burkina Faso from Guinea-Bissau and Senegal. "This change represents a strategic shift in line with the ambitions and commitments of the BCP Group in Sub-Saharan Africa, which aims to build the first pan-African banking group, solidarity and localization," said Atlantic Bank. A "well-connected" process because the ABI holding is "firmly established" in the first three financial groups of the West African economy and monetary union due to the ongoing performance of its banking, insurance, banking and asset management subsidiaries.