IBF & AGM, Mauritius

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Augst 5th, 2022


09:45am - 10:15pm

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Business Forum

The 8th International Business Forum is brought to you by ADAM Global, the leading platform for Professional Business Services and Networks.

The aim of the forum is to delve into the changing global landscape of cross-border financial and banking transactions. We will discuss the digital transformation of financial transactions as well as the future of cross-border payments. We will also look at key opportunities and challenges in the international banking sector.

Come, network and rub minds with the industry experts in this field to find out how these changes will affect your business now, and over the coming years.

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20+ Speakers

100+ Attendees

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8th International Business Forum & AGM - Mauritius

5th August - 2022

ADAM Global's member firms of expert Advisors, Accountants, Lawyers, and Financial Analysts enable clients across the globe to enhance their enterprise value and operate their business structures, finance vehicles and investments in various geographical locations with peace of mind. ADAM Global has strong connections with both governmental and non-governmental entities. It is the only platform which includes networks within its offering for an even greater level of exposure and business opportunity for all those joining the platform



Why Mauritius?

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    A perfect ecosystem for conducting business in and outside of the country

    An intelligent, lucid & well-regulated international financial centre with a conducive ecosystem supplying a complete range of financial products including treasury management centres, global funds, protected cell companies, captives, family offices and trusts

    No foreign exchange controls, which simply means free repatriation of profits,dividends & capital without the need for any authority consent

    A Free Trade Agreement with Turkey (FTA) and a Preferential Trade Agreement (PTA) with Pakistan

    Good governance and investor protection

    Full foreign ownership or partnered with Mauritian nationals

    A stable political environment and robust banking system with the presence of international banks and a sound legal and regulatory framework

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    Alluring tax system

    Corporate & personal tax rate of 15% & 3% with 80% exemption in specific cases

    No foreign exchange controls: or we can say free repatriation of funds with no special permission requirements

    No customs duty on specific equipment, including machinery/materials/spare parts exclusively used for solar water heaters manufacturing

    Dividends are not subject to any tax & Dividends from foreign sources are subject to an 80% partial exemption

    Exempt items include baby food; breakfast cereals; entrance to cinemas, concerts and shows; films, including royalties; educational services; certain financial services; insurance; land; training services approved by the Mauritius Qualifications Authority

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    Mauritian Economy

    Nation’s economy is no longer dependent on just agriculture, particularly sugar production

    Agriculture, exports, financial services, and tourism are the mainstays of the Mauritian economy

    A mixed economic system which boasts a variety of private freedom, combined with centralized economic planning and government regulation despite the existence of state monopolies

    The government in Mauritius, currently, is in the hands of the centre-left Morisien Alliance led by Prime Minister Pravind Jugnauth

    The IMF forecasts Mauritius’ growth to stabilize around 5.2% in 2022

    Classified as high-income economy by World Bank

    Continent’s only country with “very high” Human Development Index

    The diversified Mauritian economy also counts on its offshore financial activity, textile industry and production of sugarcane

    The country’s economy is driven by the services sector, which accounts for around 67.7% of GDP, with tourism (catering, accommodation, leisure, etc.) and financial services being the most vital sectors for the economy

    Medical tourism, outsourcing, new technologies and the luxury industries are among thriving sectors


  • EVENT - DAY 1

    Thursday 4th of AUGUST - Guest Arrivals
    18:30 - 21:00 Cocktails & Conversations
  • EVENT - DAY 2

    Friday 5th of AUGUST - Business Conference
    09:00 – 10:15 Welcome addresses, E-book launch
    10:15 – 10:30 Coffee Break
    10:30 – 11:00 Presentation - Banking transformation in a digital environment
    11:00 – 12:00 Panel Discussion - Challenges and Opportunities in the International Banking sector
    12:00– 13:30 Coffee Break
    13:30 - 15:00 Panel Discussion - Mauritius as an IFC: the Facilitator’s and Regulator’s Perspectives
    15:00 - 15:15 Tea Break
    15:15 - 16:15 Panel Discussion - Mauritius as an IFC: the Industry’s Perspective
    16:15 – 16:30 Round-robin, Match-making & Deal making session Facilitated by ADAM Global
    16:30 - 16:40 Valedictory & Wrap-Up
    16:40 – 17:30 Networking
    17:30 – 18:00 Annual General Meeting

Best sectors to invest or do business in Mauritius

Investing/doing business in Mauritius is an easy breeze. Mauritius is the fifth-largest destination for FDI in Small Island Developing States (SIDS), after the Bahamas, Jamaica, Maldives and Barbados. Tourism sector pulls in most of FDI, especially the Integrated Resort Scheme, which deals with the construction of luxury villas, golf courses and other amenities in the resort areas.

Other sectors that draw most FDIs in addition to financial & insurance services and construction are:

  •   Manufacturing
  •   Tourism-related sub-sectors such as souvenirs, taxi services & restaurants
  •   Agro-industries
  •   Financial Services
  •   Healthcare & Medical Travel
  •   Hospitality & Property Development
  •   Information Technology & Business Process Outsourcing
  •   Logistics & Distribution Services
  •   Light Engineering
  •   Renewable Energies & Environment
  •   Seafood & Aquaculture
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