According to the IFC, the objective of this project is to support Banque Mauritanienne de l'Investissement to be able to strengthen its credit and risk management system in accordance with regulatory requirements and international best practices, to enable the bank to continue its expansion sustainably and increase access to financial services for critical sectors of the Mauritanian economy.
Banque Mauritanienne de l'Investissement is an Islamic financial institution serving clients in the Islamic Republic of Mauritania.
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