• International Norms and Standards

  • Sound Regulatory Framework

  • Jurisdiction of Substance

  • Hub for Africa

  • Results – Young Talent Competition 2019 Quiz Preliminary Round
  • FSC Mauritius - the new host of the Permanent Office of the CISNA Secretariat
  • FSC Mauritius issues Consultation Paper on Global Shared Services
  • Public Notice: Revocation of the Management Licence of Alan Harley Corporate Services Ltd (previously known as ‘Rhema Group Global Family (R2GF) Ltd’)
  • Press Release: Admission of FSC Mauritius to the Council of the Islamic Financial Services Board
  • Press Release: OECD latest report on Peer Review Results on Preferential Regimes – Mauritius Tax Regimes NOT HARMFUL
  • Communiqué in relation to the Regulatory Framework for the Custodian Services (Digital Asset) Licence
  • Public Notice: Investor Alert
  • Securities

    As per the Securities Act 2005 , the FSC is the regulator of the non-bank financial markets in Mauritius which comprises Securities Exchanges, clearing and settlement facilities and securities trading systems on the one hand and Collective Investment Schemes and intermediaries on the other.

  • Insurance and Pensions

    Insurance & Pensions are important sectors of the economy contributing to growth and for risk management & protection of businesses and individuals. These sectors are regulated under Insurance Act and Private Pension Schemes Act. The FSC adheres to international norms & principles and ensures effective regulation and supervision of thes…

  • Global Business & Other NBFI

    Mauritius International Financial Centre has forged a solid reputation as a jurisdiction of substance based on sound regulatory practices, international norms and a conducive business environment. The FSC oversees Global Business Licensees which also include Global Funds.

  • The Supervisory Framework

    The FSC regularly reinforces its supervisory framework in response to international development and challenges in order to promote robust regulation of its licensees, safeguard public interest, foster investors’ confidence, protect consumers and ensure more effective enforcement.