Category: Budget


State of Mauritius Economy The budget deficit for fiscal year 2020/2021 is expected to reach 5.6 percent. There have been consecutive contractions of GDP for fiscal years 2019/20 and 2020/21 and public sector debt has risen to 95% of GDP. It is expected that the measures announced will accelerate our economic recovery and the economy


Propelling Mauritius into the New Normal Financial Services • Suite of new financial products including Central Bank digital currency, Variable Capital Companies,  debut Sukuk issuance and Green and Blue Bond issuance by Bank of Mauritius; • Introducing new frameworks for digital banking, private banking and wealth management; • Setting up of Venture Capital Market for

Mauritius Budget 2018-2019 Highlights

The Minister of Finance delivered his budget speech today, 14 June 2018 and announced a number of measures that will be of interest to those using Mauritius as a jurisdiction to conduct international business. We are pleased to share with you our News Alert which covers key measures contained in the Mauritius budget 2018 – 2019.