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Without having to go to a branch, any customer can open a SoGé account remotely, receive his or her bank card at home and access a wide range of digital and secure banking services, while benefiting from the assistance of remote bankers over long hours.

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A true innovation on the Moroccan market, SoGé continues its evolutionary trajectory and consolidates its leadership as an online bank by continuously strengthening its offer of digitalized services for the benefit of all its customers.

This time, the online bank has paid special attention to teenagers by enriching “SoGé Ado”, the first online banking offer in Morocco dedicated to young people aged 12 to 18.

Launched last April, “SoGé Ado” offers a full range of banking and non-banking services specifically designed for young people, in line with their strong appetite for “intuitive” digital paths that reinforce their autonomy.

“SoGé Ado” also strives to contribute to the financial education of young people by familiarizing them with good financial management practices on a daily basis, thus preparing them to become informed and responsible citizens, with the possibility of keeping their bank accounts when they come of age.

Since its launch last April, ”SoGé Ado” has also been listening to young people and is continuing to develop its value proposition through the imminent integration of new services and features.

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Thus, the young customers of ”SoGé Ado” will benefit from a new extension of services including

  • An electronic payment sticker* that can be attached to the young customer’s cell phone, thus operating in “contactless” mode
  • A new website that emphasizes the educational support of young people in financial management, while presenting a list of new partners and “good deals” to delight young customers, with substantial discounts.
  • The creation of a dynamic of innovative and affinity interactions with young customers and prospects, at the heart of their concerns, with (1) the launch of a dedicated Gaming tournament (2) the creation of the game “KAYN QUIZ”, to bring the teenagers’ universe closer to the parents’ universe and create more complicity between them around an informative and didactic approach.
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As a reminder, SoGé is the forerunner of the Kingdom’s online banks, proposing full-distance relational models, from the beginning of the relationship but also throughout the life of the banking relationship. Since its launch in June 2020 at the height of the pandemic, the online bank has been asserting its leadership and its status as a pioneer in dematerialized banking services, by offering its customers a new remote, secure and full-digital relational model, fully in line with the evolving needs of a diverse clientele – in terms of empowerment, relational proximity, and service quality.

Without having to go to a branch, any customer can open a SoGé account remotely, receive his or her bank card at home and access a wide range of digital and secure banking services, while benefiting from the assistance of remote bankers over long hours.

“Every parent wants the best for their children and dreams of seeing them become responsible adults one day. Certain reflexes are acquired at a very early age, and it is our duty to accompany our youth in every aspect of their education, to teach them the value of things, especially in financial terms. It is in this spirit that we have developed SoGé Ado, the first offer in Morocco aimed at 12-18-year-olds and which is a source of pride for us.”

Both practical and educational, its features enable young people to acquire the basics of sound and balanced financial management. These assets also make SoGé Ado a powerful vector for financial inclusion, serving the country’s socio-economic development. Ahmed El Yacoubi, Chairman of the Executive Board – Société Générale Morocco.

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Suzanne Mitchell juggles the busy life of a full-time mom and entrepreneur while also being a writer-at-large for several business publications. Her work mostly covers the financial sector, including traditional and alternative investing. She shares reports and analyses on the real estate, fintech and cryptocurrency markets. She also likes to write about the health and biotech industry, in particular its intersection with clean water and cannabis. It is one of her goals to always share things of interest to women who want to make their mark in the world.

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