Retail Forex broker Alpari Limited has opened an office at Maeva Tower, a modern business center in Ebene CyberCity in Mauritius.
A favorable business climate, as well as Mauritius’ focus on developing a competitive legal environment, has boosted activity in the macroeconomic area of Asia, the Indian Ocean, and East Africa. The opening of this office will lead to more fruitful and efficient cooperation between Alpari and the governmental bodies of Mauritius, especially those concerned with the country’s development as an international financial center.
Last autumn, Alpari announced that it would be setting up its first global headquarters in Mauritius. The primary goal of the headquarters is to act as a centre of operations for Alpari’s offices and subsidiaries across the world. This strategic decision has now been realised in the form of a fully equipped new office. The brand’s owner, Andrey Dashin, was present for the opening ceremony, as was Sergey Vyazmin, Alpari’s Chief Business Development director, and Pravesh Lolljee, the managing director of Alpari in Mauritius.