Later this month the royal holding company will present glowing 2020 figures at a shareholders' annual general meeting, with unprecedented net profits and generous dividends.
Hakim Boutehra, director of the new European automobile giant's Maghreb activities, will start the job facing an explosive law suit in Tunisia with Citroën and a blocked factory in Oran for Peugeot amid a brewing diplomatic crisis between France and Algeria.
Mohammed VI's younger brother, who is the majority shareholder in TDM Aerospace, is set to become Boeing's first direct supplier in Morocco, thus claiming a prime position in Morocco's nascent aviation industry.
The king's private secretary, who owns GSM Al-Maghrib, Maroc Télécom mobile services exclusive distributor, is gunning for the business services market. He has also taken control of Sahatel, a dealer for the royal operator Inwi.
Faced with the worst economic crisis of his reign, the king plans to refinance his private holding company Al Mada via a $500m bond issue. The main subscriber is likely to be mutual smallholders' insurance group MAMDA-MCMA, which has already got him out of difficulty on several occasions in the past.
Controlled by Mohammed VI's former 'steward' Zouhair Fassi Fehri, Construction Management Services keeps bagging plum contracts, from renovating the opulent La Mamounia hotel in Marrakesh, to building Nareva's wind farm in Boujdour.