For years Mauritius has ranked amongst the best places in the world to do business for creating a conducive environment for capital to thrive. It remains number one in Africa. However, the island’s efforts of positioning itself as an emerging International Financial Centre in Sub-Saharan Africa were recently dealt a blow. CNBC Africa’s Fifi Peters speaks to Mathieu Mandeng, CEO of Standard Chartered Mauritius, one of the leading banks on the island, about the steps Mauritius is taking to re-launch itself as a respected and trusted International Financial Centre post-COVID-19.
PUBLISHED: Mon, 15 Feb 2021 10:36:47 GMT