The Regulatory Environment

When setting up the global business sector as an economic pillar, the government recognised the importance of maintaining the fight against money laundering and other criminal activities. Whilst at the same time ensuring a simplified procedure to investment and facilitating the timely delivery of services and the achieving of international standards in every activity to be globally competitive. The Financial Services Act of 2007 introduces a new conceptual approach to global businesses providing a streamlined and distinct legal, regulatory and fiscal regime for businesses conducting business outside Mauritius. The reputation of Mauritius rests on sound regulation and sufficient oversight to ensure probity and accountability.

As the regulator for the sector the Financial Services Commission (FSC) provides licenses and regulates those institutions involved in insurance and pensions, capital market operations, lease and credit finance and global business activities.

NS Management Ltd is a licensee of the FSC as a Management Company and is fully compliant with the rules and codes of the FSC.