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The Mauritius Financial Services Commission (FSC)

The FSC was established as the integrated regulator for the financial services sector other than banking, and global business. The FSC licenses, regulates, monitors and supervises the conduct of business activities in the non-banking financial services sector.
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The Central Bank of Mauritius (BOM)

BOM stands at the centre of the Mauritian financial system. It is committed to promoting and maintaining monetary and financial stability as its contribution to a healthy economy.
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The Government of Mauritius

Mauritius is a democracy with a Government elected every five years.The 2012 Ibrahim Index of African Governance ranked Mauritius first in good governance. According to the 2011 Democracy Index compiled by the Economist Intelligence Unit that measures the state of democracy in 167 countries, Mauritius ranks 24th worldwide and is the only African country with Full Democracy.
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Mauritius Revenue Authority (MRA)

The MRA is the Revenue Authority of the Mauritian Government and operate under the aegis of the Ministry of Finance and Economic Development. The MRA is responsible for the assessment of liability, the collection and the accountability for tax and the management, operation and enforcement of Revenue Laws.
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Board of Investment (BOI)

The BOI is the investment promotion agency of Mauritius falling under the aegis of the Ministry of Finance and Economic Development. The BOI has put at the disposal of the international business community a personalised range of services to attract international investments and talents to the country. BOI also aims at propelling inward and outward investment to new heights.
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Financial Intelligence Unit (FIU)

The FIU is the central Mauritius agency for the request, receipt, analysis and dissemination of financial information regarding suspected proceeds of crime and alleged money laundering offences as well as the financing of any activities or transactions related to terrorism to relevant authorities.

The FIU also issues guidelines to banks, financial institutions, cash dealers and members of the relevant professions on the manner in which a suspicious transaction report should be made.
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Registrar of Companies (ROC)

The ROC falls under the aegis of the Ministry of Finance and Economic Development. It has as main functions the reservation of company name, incorporation and striking-off of companies. It is also a centre where one may obtain information about companies in Mauritius whether Domestic Companies, Category 1 Global Business Licence or Category 2 Global Business Licence.
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Association Romande Des Intermediaires Financiers (ARIF)

ARIF is a self-regulatory body approved by the Swiss Financial Market Supervisory Authority (FINMA) for the supervision of financial intermediaries referred to in Article 2 para 3 of the Swiss Federal Law on Combating Money Laundering and Terrorist Financing in the financial sector (LBA). ARIF is also recognised by the FINMA as a professional organisation for laying down rules of conduct relating to the practice of the profession of independent asset managers within the meaning of the Swiss Federal Act on Collective Investment Schemes.
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Swiss Financial Market Supervisory Authority (FINMA)

FINMA is an independent supervisory authority which protects creditors, investors and policy holders, ensuring the smooth functioning of the financial markets and preserving their reputation. In doing so, it contributes indirectly to enhancing the competitiveness of the financial sector.
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Mauritius Bankers Association Limited (MBA)

The MBA regroups all banks licensed and authorised to conduct banking business in Mauritius.

The Association exists to represent its members, to promote and establish conditions conducive to competitive, sound and responsible banking and finance business.
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AXYS Group

The AXYS success story began in 1991 with the first fund management company set up in Mauritius. Over the years the company has consolidated its operations worldwide to include Asset Management, Stockbroking, Trust & Corporate services, Asset Financing, Deposit Taking and Corporate Advisory.

With more than two decades of specialist experience, AXYS is a truly comprehensive Wealth Management Group with offices in Mauritius, Geneva, Dubai, Hong Kong, Nairobi and Johannesburg. Click here for more details.