Consolidating our competitiveness as the leading business hub for Africa and Asia

September 01, 2022 - 0 min read


With Mauritius removed from the FATF and the EU black lists were remarkable news for international investors and businesspersons. With the introduction of new financial products, Mauritius strengthens its place as a transparent jurisdiction of substance and repute and reinstates its position among the leading countries to do business in Africa.

Vikash Chumun, Managing Director of Sunibel Corporate Services, talks about the evolution of the Mauritius as an International Financial Centre.

Read the full article published in the 2022 edition of the Directory of Financial Institutions.



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