Mauritius Company Formation

Start your forex broking business in Mauritius

With leverage restrictions on the rise throughout Europe and major regulatory changes underway in Australia, both established and new forex brokers alike are drawing their attention to Mauritius. Greater flexibility in leverage, competitive capital requirements, and tax optimization are just a few reasons Mauritius has grown in popularity over the past few years.

If your forex broker is interested in applying for a license in Mauritius, Forex Solution has the necessary experience and industry knowledge to help you along each step of the process.

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Forex in Mauritius

We provide a great deal to help you streamline your Forex Company Formation process.

Obtain License

We will take care of every aspect of obtaining your new Mauritius forex broking license.

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1. Register a Global

Choose an entity name before incorporating a GBL1 company in Mauritius.

2. Apply for Mauritius

Following the successful registration of the company, we will proceed with the license application.

3. conditional requirements

We will discuss any clarifications or documents that the Mauritius FSC may require.

4. Start Business in world

We’ll then proceed with establishing your Forex Broking business.

5. Time Frame

2-3 weeks to complete the process

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Documents Required

For each Director, Shareholder, and Beneficial Owner

  • Notarized/Certified Passport Copies
  • Notarised/Certified Driving License or National ID Copies
  • Notarised/Certified Proof of Address (not older than 90 days )
  • Reference Letter from a Bank or a Professional

If the company has corporate shareholders, please provide the following information:

  • Incorporation certificate
  • Memorandum and articles of incorporation
  • Articles of Incorporation & Shares Register

Minimum Paid-up Capital Required

  • MUR 900,000

License Renewal Cost

  • NA

Note: It is necessary to establish a local office in Mauritius. There are no limitations on leverage, PAMM/MAM accounts, or IBs. Mauritius’s financial transactions are conducted in the Mauritian Rupee, the island's local currency (MUR).

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