Why Mauritius?

Mauritius is a stable and democratic country.

The working population is multilingual in both English and French.

Hybrid Law system based on Common law and Civil law.. The highest court of appeal is the Judicial Committee of the Privy Council (UK). .

There exists a large pool of qualified graduates, including lawyers and accountants who are well versed in financial services, international commercial and corporate laws and accounting standards.

Mauritius is in the right time zone (GMT +4) connecting with Asia in the morning, East and Southern Africa throughout the day, Europe and West Africa by mid day and North America by the end of the day.

Mauritius has excellent airline connections with well over 50 international flights daily to Europe, Asia and Africa.

Telecommunication facilities are among the most advanced in the region and Mauritius is connected to the SAFE network. The telecommunications infrastructure is being constantly improved and modernised. The whole island has full mobile coverage.

There are no exchange controls.

Mauritius is a member of COMESA, the Common Market for Eastern and Southern Africa, and SADC, the Southern Africa Development Community which gives access to a 400 million strong market.