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Appleby
This is the second in a series of Mauritius Regulatory Alerts in which we bring you an overview of the latest legal and regulatory developments in the offshore world, with a particular focus on Mauritius.
Appleby
Since its inception in or about the year 1804, the department of the Registrar General and Conservator of Mortgages (Registrar General) has been the guardian and conservator of all deeds and documents deposited ...
ENSafrica
The court confirmed the prevailing practice that foreign companies could be granted fixed or floating charges by Mauritian entity as security for a financing.
Appleby
The Mauritius Legislature has modernised the legal framework that governs the non-banking financial services sector on the island by introducing three new pieces of legislation, and repealing five pieces of legislation that had become outdated.
AAMIL Global Financial Services
Most readers are familiar with the concept of a company limited by shares where the liability of its members is limited to the amount committed on the shares they have subscribed for.
AAMIL Global Financial Services
An investment fund in Mauritius is commonly structured as a public company registered under the provision of the Companies Act 2001 and licensed as a Category 1 Global Business Licence company under the Financial Services Act 2007.
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