BMCE Capital Asset Management certified ISO 9001

BMCE Capital Asset Management certified ISO 9001
BMCE Capital Asset Management certified ISO 9001

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BMCE Capital Asset Management certified ISO 9001

BMCE Capital Asset Management, a Tunisian subsidiary dedicated to the asset management of the BMCE Capital group, obtained ISO 9001 Version 2015 certification for its quality management system, thus becoming the first management company in the market to benefit from it.

Through this certification, awarded by AFNOR AFAQ, the BMCE Capital group reaffirms its strong commitment to offer its partners and clients a quality experience that meets international standards and requirements, across all its locations, the group indicates in a press release.

BMCE Capital Asset Management, a subsidiary of BMCE Capital Tunisie (Tunisian Business Bank of the BMCE Capital group), is the first independent UCITS management company authorized on the Tunisian market.

It develops and manages a complete range of UCITS (Bond and Mixed) adapted to the needs of its investors (Institutional, Business and Individual) according to their different investment profiles, recalls the same source.

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