At present, the Moroccan Dirham fluctuates in a range of 8 – 9 MAD per US Dollar. Multiple factors affect Moroccan currency that include depletion of foreign reserves, decline in exports, more than proportional increase in imports, weakening of US Dollar in international market, oil and commodity prices, remittances etc. (Morocco Website, 2011). Secondly, it is mandatory for foreign business groups to have sound insight over Moroccan banking industry because these institutions support export / import through legal channels. In other words, the banks prohibit cash-to-cash money transfer, which is also known “Hundi or Hawala. There are three largest banks in Morocco named “Attijariwafa Bank (with assets of nearly $17 billion during 2009 and highest market share of 27%), Banque Centrale Populaire (with assets of $14 – 15 billion in 2008 and share of 24%) and Banque Marocaine du Commerce Exterieur (with assets of $8.0 billion and share of 14% approximately in 2008)”. Nonetheless, these three banks dominate banking industry because they enjoyed nearly 65% market share during 2008 – 2009.