The Variable Capital Companies Act The Variable Capital Company (“VCC”) is a legal form entity which can be used for traditional and alternative strategies for both open-ended and closed-end funds. A VCC can be used as a stand-alone entity or as an umbrella entity with multiple sub-funds.
Investment Funds in Mauritius A briefing on Investment Funds in Mauritius
Global Business Companies in Mauritius A briefing on Global Business Companies in Mauritius
Foundations in Mauritius A briefing on Foundations in Mauritius
Briefing on Mauritius Trusts The purpose of this briefing is to provide some introductory information on the setting up of trusts and their administration in Mauritius as well as the features of this vehicle.
YKJ Newsletter Issue 1 - February 2017 Editorial: Mauritius - Quo Vadis? Financial Services Commission of Mauritius publishes substance requirements to be satisfied by licensees for availing tax holidays in Mauritius
Global Business Companies A global business company (''GBC'') is an entity incorporated under the Companies Act 2001 of Mauritius
Protected Cell Company PCC The concept of the protected cell company involves the creation of a company having different "cells"
Aircraft finance structures and Aircraft Registration Aircraft are capital intensive assets and as a result, the acquisition of an aircraft and its commercial benefits should be effected through a tax...
Limited Partnership A briefing on limited partnerships in Mauritius