In line with its mandate to develop and promote the Mauritius financial services sector, the Financial Services Promotion Agency (FSPA) has embarked on two new initiatives aimed at establishing a direct line of dialogue and series of consultations between the industry operators, industry associations and experts, as well as the main Government institutions.
“This balance is underpinned by two ways of looking at things: the policy makers need to protect the interests of the jurisdiction and its investors, and the private sector need to be able to grow in an unfettered environment.” – Gerard Sanspeur, Chairman of the FSPA.
The FSPA is launching a dedicated ‘Mauritius IFC Online Forum’ as from today and is organizing a Consultative Workshop with key stakeholders of the financial services industry on Monday 13 & Tuesday 14 March 2017 at the BPML Conference Hall in Ebène.
“The purpose of this permanent Forum is to allow a multi-stakeholder approach to address key topics related to the financial services sector, and to create a unique environment for the industry professionals to share their ideas. The Online Forum is a component of the second generation of the Mauritius IFC portal, and a key instrument for the future orientation of our financial centre.” – Harvesh Seegolam, Chief Executive of the FSPA.
The Consultative Workshop will focus on eight key themes which have been identified as essential segments for the future of our financial services sector. The inputs shared thereon will further inform the discussions during the Consultative Workshop.
The FSPA therefore, invites operators and key stakeholders to register on the Mauritius IFC Online Forum, and to attend the Consultative Workshop.