Company / About Mauritius

Investors Europe is Authorised and Regulated by the Financial Services Commission of Mauritius – a country and regulator consistent with the standards of the International Organization of Securities Commissions (IOSCO).

The Republic of Mauritius is located in the Indian Ocean in about 2,000 kilometers off the southeast coast of the African continent. Since independence from Britain in 1968 the country has independently exported products such as sugar, medical devices, textiles, jewellery and seafood - exports which have greatly contributed to its economic success also known as «the Mauritian Miracle». Having established itself as a leading African economic power, Mauritius has gone on to back the global community by investing in emerging countries such as India.

The Gross Domestic Product of Mauritius - US$29.187 billion in 2018

Which makes it the second country in terms of standard of living in Africa (after the Seychelles) and third in terms of GDP per capita (after Equatorial Guinea and Seychelles).


Mauritius was №58 in the world in the UN 2016 E-Government Development Index


According to the 2013 Index of Economic Freedom, Mauritius is ranked as having the 8th most free economy in the world, and the highest score in investment freedom

The World Bank's 2019 Ease of Doing Business Index ranks Mauritius on 20th position worldwide in terms of ease of doing business


Mauritius was №58 in the world in the UN 2016 E-Government Development Index


According to the Financial Services Commission, financial and insurance activities contributed to 11.8% of the country's GDP in 2018

Clients trading with Investors Europe under the Mauritian FSC do not need to pay Capital Gains or Wealth Tax, and can save money with free repatriation of dividends, profits and capital. Mauritius currently has 44 double taxation treaties in place with major economic powers and a considerable amount of treaties under negotiation.

Investors Europe chose the Mauritian jurisdiction for a number of reasons. The Mauritius International Financial Centre has been successfully operating for over a decade, servicing both the local and international business communities. Mauritius has an impressive corporate and banking history, with its first and largest bank being set up as far back as 1838, its Chamber of Commerce following shortly afterward in 1850, and its first Company Act made official in 1913. The long-standing Banking and Financial Services Acts enable Mauritius to provide a stable framework for companies when it comes to banking, licensing, supervision, and enforcement of laws relating financial services.

Mauritius falls under common law and honours ‘best-practice’ principles, making it an efficient yet safety conscious country for international businesses who deem the ancient and prevalent laws of England an important factor when deciding upon a jurisdiction in which to operate from. Mauritius’ Company Act was derived from non-other than the UK Actitself, being revised as recently as 2001. The stability of the country itself, plus its highly advantageous and secure financial environment, has lead to many international companies choosing to keep their assets there.

Investors Europe operates out of Mauritius as an execution-only, no-conflict-of-interest stock broker. Talk to us today to learn more about Mauritius and the benefits our regulation can offer you.

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Investors Europe (Mauritius) Limited is authorised and regulated by the FSC Mauritius, license C112011088. Registered address: 4th Floor, Les Jamalacs Building, Vieux Conseil Street, Port-Louis 11328, Republic of Mauritius. Registered Number: 113933.

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