FSPA – Promouvoir Le Secteur Financier Mauricien

Le continent Africain a déjà enregistré des investissements de plus de 4 milliards de dollars dans ce secteur financier.. Avec ce chiffre, le marché africain devient de plus en plus attractif auprès des investisseurs.. Dans sa stratégie de diversification des marches, Maurice se positionne comme une véritable porte d’entrée pour les investissements de Private Equity […]

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FinTech and Innovation

In view of its position as a leading International Financial Centre in the region and a well advanced ICT sector, with over 19,000 multilingual professionals, Mauritius is extremely well placed to support the global ambitions of Fintech companies. Mauritius leads Africa with its optimal internet connectivity, and is already providing services such as digital insurance […]

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Global Funds

Mauritius has a strong track record as a domicile for global funds, serving the needs of Development Finance Institutions (DFIs), sovereign wealth funds as well as international investors. Mauritius is now home to over a thousand funds, and is well reputed for providing an efficient and high quality service in fund management and administration. Global […]

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Capital Markets

The capital markets segment in Mauritius represents one of the most vibrant sectors of the economy, providing a dynamic securities market and world class trading facilities. The trade of fixed interest securities and equity normally takes place through market intermediaries, regulated as investment dealers. It is the second largest market in the African region. The […]

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Insurance

Mauritius has a well-established insurance sector, with market players offering a wide range of policies. The insurance sector is regulated and supervised by the Financial Services Commission on the Insurance Act 2005, and the regulatory framework includes a focus on solvency monitoring, prudent asset diversification, international account standards and actuarial methods, amongst others. The insurance […]

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Accounting and Auditing

Mauritius places a strong emphasis on ensuring robust corporate reporting and governance, and the Financial Reporting Council (FRC) is established as an independent regulator under the Financial Reporting Act 2004, which now falls under the aegis of the Ministry of Financial Services, Good Governance and Institutional Reform. Furthermore, the Mauritius Institute of Professional Accountants (MIPA) […]

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Legal Services and Arbitration

Mauritius has a well-developed framework for the regulation and practice of foreign and international law in Mauritius, further to the amendment of the Law Practitioners Act in December 2008, which enabled law firms to establish local offices or joint ventures in Mauritius. Mauritius also benefits from having a strong and independent judiciary, and a hybrid […]

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Banking

Mauritius has a well-established banking sector, dating back to 1838, and there are currently 23 domestic and international banks on the island. Banks in Mauritius are provided with a single banking licence by the regulator, the Bank of Mauritius, which enables them to conduct both domestic and international transactions, and to carry out transactions in […]

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Global Business

The Global Business sector in Mauritius has developed significantly since it was first conceived in 1992, and has now become one of the main pillars of the economy, offering a range of sophisticated financial products, such as global collective investment schemes, specialised collective investment schemes, closed-end funds, expert funds, CIS management, and investment dealers, amongst […]

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