Investors Europe (Mauritius) Ltd., is authorised and regulated by the Financial Services Commission of Mauritius under an Investment Dealer Licence Nº C112011088 pursuant to Section 29 of the Securities Act 2005, Rule 4 of the Securities (Licensing) Rules 2007 and the Financial Services (Consolidated Licensing and Fees) Rules 2008.

The Purpose, Objectives and Powers of the Financial Services Commission

(1) The objects of the Commission shall be :

(a) to ensure the orderly administration of the financial services and global business activities;

(b) to ensure the sound conduct of business in the financial services sector and in the global business sector;

(c) to elaborate policies which are directed to ensuring the fairness, efficiency and transparency of financial and capital markets in Mauritius;

(d) to study new avenues for development in the financial services sector, to respond to new challenges and to take full advantage of new opportunities for achieving economic sustainability and job creation;

(e) to ensure, in collaboration with the Bank of Mauritius, the soundness and stability of the financial system in Mauritius; and

(f) to work out objectives, policies and priorities for the development of the financial services sector and global business and to make recommendations to the Minister.

(2) Notwithstanding the Bank of Mauritius Act 2004, the Bank of Mauritius may make available to the Commission such infrastructure, know-how and other facilities of the Bank as the Commission may need to enable it to attain its objects under the Act.

Functions of Commission

The Commission shall have such functions as are necessary to further most effectively its objects, and in particular, shall:

(a) be responsible for the administration of the relevant Acts;

(b) license, regulate, monitor and supervise the conduct of business activities in the financial services sector and of global business;

(c) set rules and guidance governing the conduct of business in the financial services sector and of global business;

(d) identify and take measures to prevent and eliminate investment business abuse;

(e) establish norms and standards in order to preserve and maintain the good repute of Mauritius in the financial services sector;

(f) promote public understanding of the financial system including awareness of the benefits and risks associated with different kinds of investment;

(g) carry out investigations and take measures to suppress illegal, dishonourable and improper practices, market abuse and financial fraud in relation to any activity in the financial services and global business sectors;

(h) prepare, develop and implement a plan for the better integration of the financial services industry;

(i) carry out research, commission studies and disseminate information in the field of financial services;

(j) collect, compile, publish and disseminate statistics in respect of the financial services sectors;

(k) establish and maintain such links and liaison with international agencies in the field of financial services and global business as may be necessary for the furtherance of its objects;

(l) ensure co-ordination and co-operation between public sector agencies and private corporations engaged in the financial services and global business sectors;

(m) take measures for the better protection of consumers of financial services;

(n) advise the Minister generally on any matter relating to the financial services sector and to global business; and

(o) do such acts or things as are incidental or conducive to the attainment of its objects.

Powers of Commission

(1) The Commission shall have such powers as are necessary to enable it to effectively discharge its functions and may, in particular:

(a) make FSC Rules, set standards and provide guidelines;

(b) give directions to ensure compliance with a relevant Act or guideline;

(c) with respect to a present or past licensee or any person who is a present or past officer, partner, shareholder, or controller of a licensee –

(i) issue a private warning;

(ii) issue a public censure;

(iii) disqualify a licensee from holding a licence or a licence of a specified kind for a specified period;

(iv) in the case of an officer of a licensee, disqualify the officer from a specified office or position in a licensee for a specified period;

(v) impose an administrative penalty;

(vi) revoke a licence;

(d) in relation to any case or class of cases, for good cause, grant exemption or partial exemption from compliance with any FSC Rules and guidelines issued under a relevant Act subject to such conditions as it may impose;

(e) set up such technical committees as it thinks fit to assist it in the discharge of its functions under the relevant Acts;

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Please note that the Mauritius Financial Services Commission does not vouch for the financial soundness of the firm nor for the correctness of any public statements  made by the firm or opinions expressed with regard to it.  Below are some important  Regulatory and Government links.

Mauritius Revenue Authority
Financial Services Commission of Mauritius
International Organization of Securities Commission
Government of the Mauritius Republic
Mauritius Chamber of Commerce and Industry
Mauritius Board of Investment
Mauritius Custom House Brokers Association

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