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FSC

Financial Services Commission Mauritius

The Financial Services Commission (FSC) Mauritius was established in 2001 as a statutory body under the Financial Services Act. The Financial Services Commission (FSC) Mauritius is the regulatory body responsible for the supervision and regulation of financial services in Mauritius, including insurance, securities, global business, and pensions. The FSC’s mandate is to promote the development, fairness, efficiency, and transparency of the financial services industry in Mauritius.

FSC - Financial Services Commission Mauritius

Functions of the Financial Services Commission Mauritius
The FSC Mauritius performs several key functions, including:

  1. Regulatory and Supervisory Functions
    The FSC is responsible for regulating and supervising the non-bank financial services sector in Mauritius
  2. Promoting Financial Stability
    The FSC is also responsible for promoting financial stability in Mauritius
  3. Consumer Protection
    The FSC is responsible for protecting consumers of financial services in Mauritius
  4. Policy Development
    The FSC plays an active role in policy development for the financial services industry in Mauritius

Want to know more about FSC of Mauritius , visit the Wikipedia site or FSC’s official website

Forex brokers under FSC of Mauritius regulation

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