The Caisse de Dépôt et de Gestion (CDG) is a financial institution, set up as a government-owned corporation by the Royal Decree dated 10/02/1959. It plays a key role in national economy and supporting public development policies.
The Group’s main mission is to centralize and manage long term savings and ensure that these funds are invested in assets, profitable to the country’s economic development.
Vested with a public-interest mandate, the Caisse de Dépôt et de Gestion has become today a key actor in the pensions management sector, a major player in the consolidation of the financial and banking sectors as well as a leading operator in territorial and sustainable development of the country.
With its subsidiaries, The Caisse de Dépôt et de Gestion provides support to the public development policies and to local Government, and also conducts business in the competitive sector.
To summarize, CDG is a public Group that operates in finance, real estate and services fields, which depending on their nature, fall either under the scope of public mandates, or are governed by a logic of competition.
BUSINESS LINES OF CDG GROUP :
CDG public Corporation :
- Provident & Pension Funds : CNRA/RCAR
- Deposits & Consignments : Directorate of Savings
Territorial & Sustainable Development :
- CDG development : Incubation, Design & Planning, Development, Management of Services, , Territorial Projects, Wood Industry, Mixed Corporations.
- Hotels Management & Operation
Banking, Finance & Insurance :
- Banking and financial services: CIh, CDG Capital, Sofac, Maroc Leasing, CMM
- Insurance and Reinsurance: SCR, Atlanta, Sanad
- Investment Companies and Funds : Fipar International, Fipar Holding, Jaida, ACAMSA, Sindibad, Fonds Capital Carbone Maroc, Cap Mezzanine.
11.6 billion USD (95.2 billion MAD)
22.7 billion USD (186.6 billion MAD)
78.5 million USD (644.09 million MAD)
117.3 million USD (964 million MAD)
2 billion USD (16.8 billion MAD)