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Morocco: the PREVAS Group launches PREVAS A.C.C., a subsidiary 100% dedicated to credit insurance products in Morocco

The insurance consulting and brokerage firm PREVAS announces the launch of PREVAS ACC, a new entity specializing in the management of credit insurance contracts, in order to offer Moroccan companies and the credit insurance market in Morocco a single point of contact and expert in protection against the commercial risks of default and insolvency.

Subsidiary of the PREVAS Group, PREVAS A.C.C. was born from the partnership between Saad Moubaraki, Chairman and CEO of the PREVAS Group and Tawfik Benzakour, former CEO of EULER HERMES ACMAR and now CEO of PREVAS ACC.A strategic association that responds to growing demand from companies in Morocco in terms of financial protection against the risk of non-payment of debts in business-to-business (B2B) commerce.

With PREVAS ACC, it is a question of intervening with companies at all stages of their commercial transactions, from prospecting to collection: both upstream (prevention and monitoring of customer risk), and at the time of collection of debts. claims or compensation in the event of non-recovery of unpaid claims. Preventing customer risk also means supporting decision-makers, and by extension, helping a company’s development by allowing it to trade in peace with its various partners and to fully concentrate on its core business. In particular by outsourcing the management of part or all of the receivables: reminders, collections, etc.

Officially announced at the beginning of September, the creation of this expert subsidiary reflects the ambition of the PREVAS Group to contribute significantly to the specialization of the credit insurance market in Morocco. It is also a new step in the development strategy of the PREVAS Group, which since its creation in 2011 has continued to implement innovative and efficient solutions to meet the expectations of its customers as closely as possible.

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