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Dakar is home to multiple national and regional banks as well as numerous international organizations. From 1978 to 2007, it was also the traditional finishing point of the Dakar Rally. The Cap-Vert peninsula was settled no later than the 15th century, by the Lebou people, an aquacultural ethnic group related to Senegal's current inhabitants; they were then displaced by European settlers in favor of French colonial rule during France's expansion into what is now called French West Africa (AOF). The original villages: Ouakam, Ngor, Yoff and Hann drew together as a single city in 1903 under the name "Dakar". In May 1885 Adolphe Crémieux signed a treaty officially establishing Senegal and Gorée Island as a French protectorate with local autonomy.