The Moroccan Capital Market Authority (AMMC) and the Casablanca Stock Exchange are organizing the Morocco Capital Markets Days (MCMD) in Dubai on March 30 and 31. Objectives: to strengthen the attractiveness of the Moroccan capital market and attract more investors from the region. Details! Offering a healthy macro-economic environment and political stability, Morocco aims to be an attractive market for international investors. Based on this observation, the AMMC and the Casablanca Stock Exchange are joining their efforts to organize two days, on March 30 and 31 in Dubai, dedicated to highlighting the opportunities offered by the Moroccan capital market and this, on the sidelines of Expo 2020 Dubai. The choice of Dubai was motivated by the significant share of investors from the host country in Moroccan market capitalization and the increase in the volume of transactions on the Casablanca market over the past two years. The Dubai edition of the MCMD announces a rich program, led by a Moroccan delegation representative of the capital market ecosystem. In all, no less than thirty members of this delegation go to meet investors in Dubai. The agenda of the first day includes a 360° presentation of the Moroccan economy and the capital market, networking meetings and a conference on investment in the Equity Market. The second day will be marked by the organization of a public conference, opened by the Minister of Economy and Finance, Mrs. Nadia Fettah Alaoui, under the theme: “Moroccan Capital Market: Trends & Opportunities”. Throughout these two days, the speakers will present the Moroccan capital market in order to attract foreign investors. To achieve this, there is no shortage of arguments! Indeed, the Casablanca market is attractive for more than one reason. On the one hand, regulation in line with international standards and without restriction for international investors, also with an independent regulatory authority. On the other hand, the Casablanca Stock Exchange is visible to 400 financial institutions in around thirty countries and is served by several stock market intermediation companies as well as numerous international prime brokers.