Small Medium Enterprises (SMEs) in Morocco face critical issues even though they represent over 95 percent of all companies and are a major source of employment and wealth. SMEs have limited access to the short-term working capital financing and are suffering from long payment delays from their clients. Supply chain finance provides an interesting option to improve the SME’s liquidity, sustainability and future economic growth. This report provides an assessment of the supply chain finance environment in Morocco. It examines the supply, demand and potential opportunity of supply chain finance and identifies ways to build scale for supply chain finance programs, accelerate its adoption, and ultimately contribute to the economic development in Morocco.