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[Video] AfrAsia : Corporate sector has to integrate sustainability for «survival of human race»

“For the survival of human race, it is vital for the corporate sector to integrate sustainability” claim Sanjiv Bhasin, the CEO of AfrAsia Bank during the opening ceremony of the AfrAsia Bank Sustainability Summit on Thursday 11th October 2018. The CEO further adds that the conference will help corporate sector to learn how to introduce sustainably concepts in their strategies. After the opening ceremony at Intercontinental Hotel, in Balaclava, Christine

[Document] Gooljaury : L’homme qui valait plus de Rs 800 millions… de dettes

MauBank et AfrAsia ont sonné la fin du match. Dans le giron des deux banques, on estime que les dernières frasques de Rakesh Gooljaury pourraient lui coûter très cher. Non seulement sur le plan financier mais aussi sur sa capacité à diriger des entreprises à l’avenir. Ce lundi 23 mai, le juge Gérard Angoh [voir le document plus bas] a accédé à la demande des deux banques à qui l’homme

Mauritius financial services major AfrAsia Bank opens office in London

After Johannesburg and Cape Town, AfrAsia Bank has opened its third representative office in London, enabling the Bank to have a physical presence in what remains the world’s leading financial centre. This step confirms AfrAsia Bank’s established strategy and aspiration to be the leading bank in the region, in line with promoting Mauritius as a regional and financial business centre of excellence. After six years of growth, the Bank is

MCB and AfrAsia Bank shine at PwC Corporate Reporting Awards

The Mauritius Commercial Bank (MCB) and AfrAsia between them won five of the six corporate reporting awards by PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC), highlighting the robust corporate governance practices of the Mauritian banking sector. The awards ceremony for the 16th edition of the PwC Corporate Reporting Awards (CRA), which was held on Wednesday at the Hennessy Hotel in Ebène, saw MCB lift the lion’s share of awards. The island economy’s largest lender won

AfrAsia Zimbabwe on upturn with fully-subscribed shares to fund growth

AfrAsia Zimbabwe, subsidiary of Mauritius banking services major AfrAsia, seems to be on the right track to meet fund requirement for growth in 2014 as it’s USD 5 million rights issue was fully subscribed. “Shareholders of AfrAsia Zimbabwe Holdings Limited (AZHL) fully subscribed to the group’s recent US$5million rights offer as AZHL continues with its efforts to raise capital to fund growth and comply with regulatory requirements,” the group said

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