Capital Markets

With our freedom of not being linked to any financial institution, law, tax or accounting firm, our independence assures that we continuously put the interest of our clients’ first.

The Capital Markets represents an external source of finance for entities. The Capital Markets enable companies in need of finance for expansion or working capital requirements to raise funds by issuing shares and selling them to the public. Individuals who wish to invest in equity and preference shares will earn dividends whilst investors who wish to earn interest will buy bonds.

Shares are traded in a stock market whereas bonds are bought and sold in a bond market. This venture assemble individuals in possession of capital who wish to invest and companies in distress seeking for capital for its needs. Pursuant to the Securities Act 2005 , the FSC is the regulator of the non-bank financial markets in Mauritius, which comprises Securities Exchanges, clearing and settlement facilities and securities trading systems on the one hand and Collective Investment Schemes and intermediaries on the other. The capital market consists of the Stock
Market, Bond Market, Money Market and Derivatives Market.

Capital Markets facilitate the funds to be channelled from those to possess funds to those who are in need of capital for their needs. Thus, companies finding themselves battling for working capital requirements and cash flow problems can use capital markets to issue securities and bonds to call for investment and obtain short-term finance in terms of equity finance and debt instruments respectively to overcome the struggles.

We, as the management company, apply for the following licences for our clients:

Capital Markets Fees