Private clients, companies, trusts and investment structures benefit from our sophisticated, personalised management and administration services which includes the full spectrum of local and international fiduciary services as well as advice on these matters.
Our trust and company administrators have access to group wide legal, tax and wealth management advisers, many of whom have more than 20 years of practical experience.
We are independent and privately owned with an ingrained culture of delivering value through a solution oriented approach and integrated service. Our focus is to embark on long term relationships and we do that by delivering what our clients want.
BTG Management Services (Mauritius) Limited ('BTG Mauritius') is a full-service Management Company in Mauritius licensed by the Financial Services Commission under section 77 of the Financial Services Act of 2007.
BTG Mauritius provides formation, administration and management services for global business license companies, trusts, foundations, partnerships, and protected cell companies.
We pride ourselves on our wide range of professionals providing excellent service. Our Trust and Corporate administrators have access to Group-wide accounting, legal, international tax, and wealth management professionals, many of whom have more than 20 years of experience.
On 21 October 2021, Marcus Pleyer, the President of the Financial Action Task Force (FATF), announced that "after completing its action plan and a successful onsite visit by a FATF team, Mauritius has been removed from the grey list". Rama Sithanen, the chairman of Sanne Mauritius, has said that the exit off the grey list will reinvigorate the global business sector and enhance Mauritius' competitiveness and attractiveness as a domicile choice for cross-border investments into Asia and Africa.
Estate planning and asset protection vehicles have grown in prominence among Africa's High Net Worth Individuals over the years. Simultaneously, the Covid-19 outbreak has created exceptional circumstances, emphasizing the importance of planning for the future and to use succession instruments to keep legacy.
Herewith is the third edition of BTG Fiduciary's publication, Encore, in which we analyse foundations vs. trusts in Mauritius, Swiss Neutrality and golf in Mauritius.
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