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Financial systems in the MENA regions: Tunisia and Morocco – 2014

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Financial systems in the MENA regions: Tunisia and Morocco – 2014

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The MENA financial systems show a limited presence of financial intermediaries, a stock markets development not far from western standards and a level of bancarization, financialization and penetration of the banking system still limited but growing. Within the MENA zone, the Moroccan economic system is characterized by a limited presence of non‐bank financial intermediaries, but it seems to have a financial structure that is more developed and evolved than the average of the MENA zone in terms of stock markets development, levels of bancarization and financialization, and access to banking services. Otherwise, the financial structure of the Tunisian economic system appears a few developed in terms of number, size and degree of development of financial markets and intermediaries. However, the Tunisian financial system has shown a steady growth that will likely continue in the coming years.

This report is extracted from the SRM’s 3rd Annual Report on “Economic relations between Italy and the Mediterranean area – November 2013″.
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The MENA financial systems show a limited presence of financial intermediaries, a stock markets development not far from western standards and a level of bancarization, financialization and penetration of the banking system still limited but growing. Within the MENA zone, the Moroccan economic system is characterized by a limited presence of non‐bank financial intermediaries, but it seems to have a financial structure that is more developed and evolved than the average of the MENA zone in terms of stock markets development, levels of bancarization and financialization, and access to banking services. Otherwise, the financial structure of the Tunisian economic system appears a few developed in terms of number, size and degree of development of financial markets and intermediaries. However, the Tunisian financial system has shown a steady growth that will likely continue in the coming years.

This report is extracted from the SRM’s 3rd Annual Report on “Economic relations between Italy and the Mediterranean area – November 2013″.
Both the English and Italian version may be purchased from this website in digital version, at a discounted price.

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