The year has been rich with legislation to implement the measures of the Budget Speech for 2023-2024 and marked by the Government’s efforts to position ourselves with implementation of further measures relating to emerging technologies into our business and legal landscape amidst the challenging global economic environment which the continued Ukraine-Russia war has triggered.

On our side, the year was marked by the promotion of colleagues into higher levels of responsibility within the Mauritius office. Thus, Farzanah Nawool was promoted to Partnership and Ashley Oogorah was promoted to Counsel. Furthermore, there been new members who joined the Mauritius office to reinforce the legal team.

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Corporate Updates
15 Sep 2023

Artificial Intelligence and the law

At a time when the implementation of Artificial Intelligence into the professional environment, it i...

15 Sep 2023

The Financial Services Commission issues the Financial Services (Global Shared Services) Rules 2022

On the 20th December 2022, the FSC issued the Financial Services (Global Shared Services) Rules 2022...

15 Sep 2023

Employer's perspective: What to expect in a settlement agreement?

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Key Contacts

Malcolm Moller

Group Managing Partner: Mauritius, Seychelles

T +230 203 4301
E Email Malcolm

Ashley Oogorah

Counsel: Mauritius

T +230 203 4311
E Email Ashley

Suhaylah Juman

Associate: Mauritius

T +230 203 4315
E Email Suhaylah

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