Dylan Mannikum

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Dylan Mannikum joined Appleby in October 2018 as a law graduate and after being called to the Bar of Mauritius in January 2022, joined Appleby’s Mauritius Corporate and Dispute Resolution Departments as an Associate in February 2022.

Dylan graduated from the University of Central Lancashire with a First Class LLB (Honours) in 2018. He completed his Bar Professional Training Course at City, University of London and was called to the Bar of England and Wales at the Honourable Society of Middle Temple in November 2020.

Dylan is fluent in English and French.


Recent cases include:


  • Assisted in creating a secured security package for Oversea-Chinese Banking Corporation Ltd to support a secured refinancing facility of USD 470,726,777 to Singapore listed company, Ezion Holdings Limited (Ezion). The refinancing, which comprised a total of six lenders, was aimed at enablling Ezion restructure its debt activities. Two Mauritian companies which formed part of the same group of companies as Ezion provided the security package in support of the facility extended to Ezion.  Their services are focused on owning, chartering and the management of rigs and vessels within the oil and gas industries and is understood to own one of the largest and most sophisticated fleet of lifeboats worldwide.
  • Assisted in a structured deal of USD 325 million 5.375 % secured notes due 2024 issued by Mauritius-based India Green Energy Holdings demonstrating investor appetite for sustainable investments. India Green used the proceeds from the USD notes to subscribe to seven-year non-convertible debentures to be issued by 11 restricted subsidiaries which are either wholly-owned or majority-owned subsidiaries of ReNew Power Private Limited.
  • Dylan also handles due diligence exercises, the drafting and reviewing of various legal documentation and assists in the preparation of legal opinions.

Dispute Resolution:

  • Dylan appears as junior counsel in commercial litigation matters before the Supreme Court and has also appeared before the lower courts. He advises clients on litigation and dispute resolution matters relating to commercial, employment and trust disputes.


Called to the Bar of Mauritius

Called to the Bar of England and Wales by the Honourable Society of Middle Temple

Bar Professional Training Course – City, University of London

LLB (Honours) English Law – University of Central Lancashire


14 Sep 2022 | Deals

The Supreme Court rules in favour of British Pensioners on the applicable NAV date for a redemption of shares’ request made in 2013

Judgment has been handed down by Honourable Judge M J Lau Yuk Poon in Canada Life International Limi...


9 Sep 2022

Attachment Orders – A useful debt enforcement tool for creditors

One of the unsettling questions that lingers in the minds of creditors is how to secure or recover t...

25 Jul 2022


There have been interesting developments in our legal landscape since our last issue with the Govern...

21 Jul 2022

Concurrence Déloyale

This article reviews the approach which the Mauritian Supreme Court adopts on the concept of “Conc...

26 Apr 2022

Appleby Mauritius Newsletter, April 2022

In the April 2022 issue of Appleby’s newsletter, we give you an overview of the latest legal and r...

26 Apr 2022

Constitution or Shareholders’ Agreement – which one prevails?

In the daily practice of a corporate lawyer in Mauritius, a common item which crops up when seeking ...

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