Alpari has been discussing priority areas of cooperation with Republic of Mauritius government officials and the country’s financial institutions, LeapRate reported earlier today.
Latest news from the global financial brand Alpari is that it has opened a new international headquarters on 25 October, 2016 in the macro-region which encompasses the countries of Southern Africa and the Indian Ocean basin. The company’s main office is situated in the business district of the Republic of Mauritius, Ebene, in one of the city’s largest business centres: the Maeva Tower. This event marks out a principally new era of development for the company, coming as a result of some serious financial achievements, in addition to the company’s sustainable development and globalisation of its business facilitated by growing demand for Alpari’s services in various countries of the world.
The company’s motivations for opening its headquarters in the Republic of Mauritius are due to the favourable business climate and the progressive nature of the country’s legal system in regards to large international financial companies. The Mauritian jurisdiction opens up new doors for Alpari clients to operate within regulatory legal norms which are characterised, above all, by the protection of investor rights, high levels of confidentiality, stability and security.
Following several business meetings with Republic’s officials, a foundation for further mutually beneficial cooperation was laid. The officials welcomed Alpari’s plans to increase its operational activities within this macroeconomic region. It is to be noted that Alpari has been licensed within the Republic of Mauritius since 2013.
The opening of these headquarters is a significant event in the history of our company, thereby confirming the high level of professional achievements made by Alpari. The Republic of Mauritius has kindly welcomed and opened up new horizons for the development of our international brand in the market of financial services due to its progressive legal system and long-standing market traditions, stated the owner of the Alpari brand, Mr. Andrey Dashin.
Alpari’s aggregated trading turnover exceeded $1 trillion in 2015.