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Bourse de Casablanca

Name Bourse de Casablanca (Casablanca Stock Exchange)
Country Morocco
Number of listed companies 74
Domestic market capitalization 67049 million US$
SSE Partner Exchange Yes
Has annual sustainability report No

  • Annual Report contains a few highlights in the area of sustainability.
ESG reporting required as a listing rule No

Has written guidance on ESG reporting Yes

Offers ESG related training No

Market covered by sustainability-related index No

Has sustainability bond listing segment No

Has SME listing platform Yes

Additional information
Organizational model of stock exchange
  • Private company for profit.

Regulatory bodies
  • The Conseil Deontologique des Valeurs Mobilières (CDVM).

Regulatory model
Limited Exchange Self-Regulatory Organization (SRO) Model

  • Very few exchanges in the MENA region are entirely self-regulated. The Conseil Deontologique des Valeurs Mobilières (CDVM) is the primary regulatory authority in Morocco and is responsible for issuing listing requirements and overseeing the Casablanca Stock Exchange. Additionally, most regulatory laws adhered to in Morocco have come by royal decree. As a result, the Casablanca Stock Exchange has limited regulatory power.

About the stock exchange
Location: Casablanca, Morocco

  • The Casablanca Stock Exchange was established in 1929. At that time, it was known as the “Office de Compensation des Valeurs Mobilières” (Office for Clearing of Transferable Securities). The growing importance of the securities market and the introduction of foreign exchange controls prompted the authorities at that time to improve and regulate the Stock Exchange’s organisation and operations. The market’s organisational shortcomings hindered however its attractiveness at a time when domestic investors showed a growing interest in stock market investment. To overcome such shortcomings, reforms were undertaken in 1967, providing Morocco’s financial markets with a well-organised legal and technical framework. Following these reforms, in 1986, Morocco embarked on a Structural Adjustment Programme which was completed ten years later. This Programme enabled Morocco to consolidate its fundamentals and successfully bring under control its high level of debt and inflation. (Source)

Stock Exchange Database Criteria

The SSE maintains a database of sustainability activities for all stock exchanges that are either members of the SSE initiative and/or members of the World Federation of Exchanges. This database is the most comprehensive database of stock exchanges worldwide and contains data on all main stock exchanges. The information in this database is intended to inform investors and other stakeholders on the work stock exchanges are undertaking to advance sustainability in their respective markets.

The information provided in this database is based on publicly available information prepared by the SSE Secretariat with input from stock exchanges in most instances. Sources and explanatory notes on sustainability information have been included in individual Stock Exchange Fact Sheets. The criteria for each category can be found below.

While every effort is made to keep the information in this database up to date, please be aware that certain factors change frequently and therefore may not be exact, such as the number of listed companies or market cap.

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Criteria Considered

Conducts business in Country or Market in which the stock exchange operates
Number of listed companies (Date updated) Updated either by the stock exchange directly or using WFE data
Domestic market capitalization  Updated either by the stock exchange directly or using WFE data
Has signed the SSE Commitment Letter? To be considered an SSE Partner Exchange, the CEO or Chairperson of the exchange must sign an SSE commitment letter. Contact the SSE for more information if your exchange would like to join.
Has annual sustainability report? For a yes, stock exchanges must report, either in a stand alone report or integrated into their financial report, on their environmental and social impact and corporate governance.
ESG reporting required as a listing rule? For a yes, all three factors have been considered (environmental, social and governance) within the listing rules for some or all listed companies. This requirement may come from the regulatory authority or the exchange, depending on the market.
Offers written guidance on ESG reporting? For a yes, all three factors have been considered (environmental, social and governance). The SSE has developed a model guidance that all exchanges can use to develop their own guidance to issuers. For more details, click here.
Offers ESG related training? For a yes, training must have taken place in the previous 12 months, and must be interactive. The topic of the training must be on some area of sustainability.
Market covered by sustainability-related index? Sustainability-related indices may include environmental or social  indices, or ESG indices. This could include specific themes, such as low carbon indices, or general sustainability indices. The index must be specific to the market the exchange operates in (a region or world index is not included).
Has sustainability bond listing segment? For a yes, the exchange has developed the rules and regulations allowing for sustainability bonds to be listed, and provides a separate segment for listing making the bonds easy to find and identify.
Has an SME listing platform? For a yes, the exchange offers a listing platform specifically for Small-and-Medium sized enterprises.
Additional Information Additional Information captures exchanges’: sustainability section of websites,  sustainability products not captured under indices; information on future sustainability commitments and other information on the exchange
Organizational model of stock exchange Whether the exchange is listed or not, and when it was demutualized
Regulatory bodies The regulatory authority that sets listing requirements and capital market regulation for the exchange's market
Regulatory model

The extent to which exchanges have regulatory authority in their market. This may include: 

  • Limited exchange SRO
  • Strong exchange SRO
  • Independent member SRO
  • Government (Statutory)
  • Non-SRO
About the stock exchange The location of the headquarters of the exchange, and any additional details about the stock exchange.