Alpari Limited, a provider of foreign exchange (FX), precious metals, and contracts-for-differences (CFDs), has just launched a new office in Mauritius, part of its push to expand its operations in the region, per a company statement.
Mauritius is a strategic hub that is situated in close proximity to Asia, the Indian Ocean, and East Africa. The office itself represents Alpari’s latest bid to capture business in the region, which boasts many potential customers. Moreover, Alpari hopes that its new office will also be the start of a lengthy cooperation with governmental bodies of Mauritius.
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The office itself in Mauritius will be located at Maeva Tower, in Ebene CyberCity. Last October, Alpari unveiled a new international headquarters in the city, which consequently paved the way for the Mauritian government offering Alpari several options of support in the creation of a multi-functional market structure, which has helped offer clients the opportunity to benefit from a wide range of financial operations.
The opening of its new office represents Alpari’s latest commitment to growing its client base in the region, which will also see it expand upon its core activities in the East Africa and Asia. The office launch is also the latest string of developments for the group that originally came to Mauritius back in 2014 after establishing a regulated entity by the Financial Services Commission (FSC) of Mauritius.