Fund & Financial Services
The Financial Services sector is one of the most important pillars of the Mauritian Economy. This sector is regulated by two principle authorities namely the Bank of Mauritius (BOM) which was set up in 1996 and which is responsible for the regulation of Banking Services in Mauritius and the Financial Services Commission (FSC) which was set up in 2001 and acts as an integrated regulator for non-banking financial institutions and global business.
Mauritius as a global business centre enables investors to enjoy a diverse product base for planning, structuring and realising their investment schemes.
Global business companies benefit from a low to NIL taxation rate and can be structured as a collective investment vehicle, Private Trust Companies (PTC), Protected Cell Companies (PCC), trust, limited life companies, foundation and partnership, amongst others.
We at Lallah Chambers have corporate and regulatory expertise in the financial services, capital, credit and investment sectors and have advised on shareholders’ agreements, rights and remedies among other matters.
Our services include
- Due diligence in relation to mergers and acquisitions.
- Fund formation and structuring.
- Drafting and reviewing of constitutive and facility documents.
- Fund listing on the Mauritius Stock Exchange.
- Licensing matters.
- Regulatory demands.
- Compliance matters.