Chief Executive Officer de la MBA, Aisha Timol est convaincue que le marché peut s’accommoder de banques additionnelles.
Dr Yousouf Ismael (CEO) Global Finance Mauritius
Financial Services Sector towards a New Horizon
The Mauritius Financial Industry has recently taken some hits on its reputation as an international financial centre. As an industry we need to stay calm and reassure our investors.
The need for a revisiting our financial services sector model dates back well before the recent events. We now have an opportunity for reassessing, re-defining, re-inventing and repositioning our financial services industry.
We should begin by asking numerous pertinent questions, limitations and lessons revolving around issues affecting the sector.
On July 19, members of Global Finance Mauritius had the privilege of interacting with Philip Baker, renowned jurist in the international finance field and who had advised Mauritius on its Income Tax Act some twenty years ago.
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