The Financial Services Commission, Mauritius (the 'FSC') is the integrated regulator for the non-bank financial services sector and global business. Established in 2001, the FSC is mandated under the Financial Services Act, the Captive Insurance Act, the Insurance Act, the Private Pension Schemes Act, the Securities Act, and the Virtual Asset and Initial Token Offering Services Act to license, regulate, monitor and supervise the conduct of business activities in these sectors.
Our vision is "to be an internationally recognised Financial Supervisor committed to the sustained development of Mauritius as a sound and competitive Financial Services Centre".
In carrying out its mission, the FSC aims to:
Our organisational structure
The FSC's internal structure is organised in a functional manner so as to optimise resources and ensure cross-functionality.
View our organisational structure.
Please refer to page 39 of the Annual Report 2021/22 for a description of accountabilities within the organisation.
FSC Anti-Corruption Policy
The FSC has adopted a comprehensive policy on corruption prevention which set aims and objectives, draw together existing policies and procedures that relate to corruption prevention.