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[Vidéo] Affaire MCB/NPF: La MCB condamnée à payer Rs 1,8 million

La MCB écope d’une amende de Rs 1,8 million dans l’affaire MCB/NPF. Et doit s’acquitter des frais de justice, qui s’élèvent à Rs 500. La banque a été reconnue coupable d’avoir failli à mettre en place un système de contrôle fiable fiable et solide. Ce qui avait permis le détournement plus de Rs 881 millions au préjudice du National Pension Fund. Cette peine veut être un signal fort aux banques pour s’assurer que leurs systèmes

[Document] Coffres à la MCB: L’affidavit où Ramgoolam en conteste l’ouverture par la police

« La police a soumis une version tronquée pour servir ses intérêts et induire la Cour en erreur. » Dans son affidavit juré aujourd’hui, l’ex-Premier ministre n’y va pas de main morte. Navin Ramgoolam conteste le fait que la Cour ait accédé à la requête du Directeur des poursuites publiques de procéder à la fouille de deux coffres sis à la succursale de Bell-Village de la MCB. Il conteste également le gel

MCB launches Crescendo Megatrends to spur investment in future growth sectors

With the aim of offering Mauritians the opportunity to invest in forward-looking sectors, Mauritius Commercial Bank (MCB) Capital Markets launched this Friday, October 17, 2014, a five-year capital guaranteed investment called Crescendo Megatrends. Crescendo Megatrends is designed to allow investors to benefit from global megatrends, where the guaranteed capital investment product has as its objective the optimization of returns on investment while timing the market right. Crescendo Megatrends is a

Mauritius Commercial Bank sees group profits up 3.4% for 9 months to March 31

Mauritius’ financial services major Mauritius Commercial Bank (MCB) declared group profits before tax of Rs 3.96 billion for the nine months to March 31, 2014, growing nearly 3.4% over the year-ago period. Despite the testing economic environment and unfavorable conditions in the money market, the MCB saw its net interest income increase by 4.1% to reach Rs 5.51 billion. Furthermore, net fee and commission income saw an increase of 4.8%

Four Mauritian companies among top 10 in Indian Ocean

The island economy has contributed four companies namely GML, Ireland Blyth Ltd, Air Mauritius and Food & Allied Group, to the top ten companies in the Indian Ocean region. In its 2014 special edition, business magazine L’Eco Austral has listed the “Top 500 of the Indian Ocean”, viewing the regional economy through the lens of the top performing companies across Reunion Island, Mauritius, Madagascar and Mayotte, with an analysis of

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