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The Mauritius FSC issues Guidance Note On Securities Token Offering
On 8 April 2019, the Financial Services Commission, which is the regulator for non-banking financial services and global business sectors, published a guidance note, entitled 'Securities Token Offering'.
Mauritius
17 May 2019
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Major Transaction: Non-Compliance And Recourse Available To Shareholders
The general principle under section 129 (1) of the Companies Act (the "Act") is that the business and affairs of the company shall be managed by, or under the supervision of, the Board.
Mauritius
11 Apr 2019
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ISDA Master Agreement; A Mauritian Perspective
The ISDA master agreement forms the backbone of a significant amount of over-the-counter derivative transactions.
Mauritius
5 Nov 2018
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Issue Of Commercial Paper, A New Regulatory Regime
The Central Bank of Mauritius introduced in 2017 a licence for the issue of commercial papers. The aim of the BOM in doing so is two-fold: the licence should enable companies to diversify their source of funding.
Mauritius
31 May 2018
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Features Of Investor Protections As A Matter Of Mauritius Company Laws
Mauritius law caters for a variety of investment vehicles, namely limited partnerships, foundations and trusts.
Mauritius
23 May 2018
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Guide To Law Types In Mauritius
What systems of law are used within your jurisdiction and what are they used for (i.e. English law for project development, New York law for high yield issues)
Mauritius
6 Jun 2017
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10 Things Banks And Financial Institutions Should Know About Lending Through Mauritius
Mauritius is known as an established financial centre and platform for foreign investments and debt financing of assets in Africa, Asia and the region offering financing structuring solutions to both...
Mauritius
22 May 2017
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10 Things To Know About Competition Law In Mauritius
Competition law in Mauritius aims to encourage sound competition by prohibiting business practices which reduce or eliminate competition.
Mauritius
26 Apr 2017
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10 Things To Know About Initial Public Offerings In Mauritius
Mauritius has established itself as a leading international financial services centre and has made it to the pantheon of successful developing economies by adopting international norms...
Mauritius
24 Jan 2017
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Regulatory Sandbox License
Considered as the logical hub for investments in Asia and Africa, Mauritius is now positioning itself as the innovation hub in the Indian Ocean by introducing the Regulatory Sandbox Licence.
Mauritius
11 Jan 2017
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Frequently Asked Questions: Filing Of Particulars Of Charges Under Section 127 Of The Companies Act 2001
Section 127 of the Mauritius Companies Act 2001 (Act) deals with the filing of details of any security interest created by a company over its assets with the Registrar of Companies in Mauritius (ROC).
Mauritius
6 Sep 2016
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5 Things To Know On Suretyship
In general terms, a suretyship is an agreement by which a person (Guarantor) undertakes to perform an underlying obligation if the principal debtor fails to do so.
Mauritius
6 Sep 2016
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The European Directive On Bail-In Requirement Reaching Mauritian Shores
The Loan Market Association has produced a recommended form of the Bail-in Clause and an accompanying user guide.
European Union
1 Sep 2016
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MCB v UBS*, Court Applies Procedure Under International Arbitration Act 2008
The Commercial Division of the Supreme Court of Mauritius held that the issue as to applicability of the arbitration clause under a facility agreement was not open for it to determine...
Mauritius
12 Apr 2016
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5 Things To Know On Share Pledges
Under Mauritian laws, a pledge is the actual or constructive delivery of possession of an asset by way of security. The principles are derived from French law.
Mauritius
11 Apr 2016
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Would Mauritius Courts Follow Popplewell J In Support Of Asymmetric Jurisdiction Clauses?
The widespread use of asymmetric jurisdiction clauses has strong underpinnings; the party who bears the primary commercial risk under the contract is given the benefit of the option.
Mauritius
16 Mar 2016
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