Retail FX and CFDs brokerage Alpari has been actively looking to diversify its operations globally and has recently participated in a meeting with Republic of Mauritius government officials. The firm’s senior management met with the country’s financial institutions to discuss priority areas of cooperation. Alpari held discussions with the Financial Services Promotion Agency (FSPA) which operates under the Mauritian Ministry of Financial Services, Good Governance and Institutional Reforms. The main goal of this institution is the promotion of Mauritius as a global financial centre.
According to Alpari, the FSPA has shown interest in the company’s experience in the field of financial and technological opportunities. The meeting between the brokerage and government officials included Alpari’s Chairman of the Supervisory Board, Mr. Boris Shilov, Director for International Development, Mr. Sergey Vyazmin, General Director of Alpari Gold, Mr. Leonid Matveev, and the company’s Managing Director in Mauritius, Mr. Om Pravesh Kumar Lolljee.
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Following the meeting, the Mauritian Government offered Alpari several options for support in the creation of a multi-functional market structure which will offer clients the opportunity of a wide range of financial operations.
Commenting on the conversation with the Mauritian government, Matveev said: “We are delighted to see the beginnings of this proposed cooperation between Alpari and the Mauritian Government, with it set to open up new opportunities for the state and for the international brand of Alpari. The outcome of such a joint working effort could well be the introduction and implementation of advanced new services which would be able to satisfy the growing demands of investors the world throughout.”
At the end of the meeting the parties decided to maintain continued dialogue to continue comprehensive work over the details of the cooperation between Alpari and the Mauritian government.