Dounia Ben Abbas Taarji holds a master’s degree in business law and economics from Sorbonne University.
Rabat – King Mohammed VI has appointed a new president of the executive board of the Hassan II Fund for Economic and Social Development.
The King received Taarji at the Royal Palace of Rabat on Monday. The audience was attended by Morocco’s Minister of Economy and Finance Mohamed Benchaaboun.
Born in 1964, Taarji holds a master’s degree in business law and economics from Sorbonne University.
Taarji has eight years of experience working in a bank in Paris and six years in the banking sector in Morocco.
Taarij also served as the director general of the Council of Ethics for Securities between 2001 and 2009.
At the royal palace, King Mohammed VI also received Obaid Amrane, the new general director of the fund “Ithmar Capital,” previously called the Moroccan Fund for Tourism Development.
Born in 1972, Amrane has been a member of the executive board of the Moroccan Agency for Sustainable Energy (MASEN) since its creation in 2010.
Amrane also served as the general manager of the Moroccan subsidiary of the French banking group Caisse d’Epargne between 2006 and 2010 to develop its activities in the banking and real estate sectors, according to Maghreb Arab Press (MAP).
He also served in several positions at the Ministry of Economy and Finance, including finance inspector, head of the debt restructuring department and head of the treasury executive credit division.