Alpari, a Belize, United Arab Emirates and Belarus-regulated forex broker mostly active in Russia, announced it has opened new global headquarters on the island of Mauritius, in the Maeva Tower in Ebene.
The new office is part of the plans of the forex brokers to further centralize its operations and expand in Asia, South Africa and the Indian Ocean region. “The event is a testimony to the start of a new stage of the company development and is the result of significant financial achievements, sustainable development and globalization of business,” the company notes.
According to Alpari, the opening of the headquarters in Mauritius is prompted by the good business climate in the country and the progressive legal framework regarding the international financial companies. Furthermore, the broker notes, the Mauritius jurisdiction of Alpari opens for its clients the door to more thorough regulation of investor protection, confidentiality, stability and safety.
During its visit to Mauritius, the senior managers of Alpari held meetings with government officials of the Mauritius to discuss priority areas of cooperation.
In particular the Alpari managers held discussions with the Financial Services Promotion Agency (“FSPA”) which operates under the aegis of the Ministry of Financial Services, Good Governance and Institutional Reforms and is mandated to promote and develop the Republic of Mauritius as an international financial center of excellence.
Alpari has offices in Russia, Belize, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, another office in Mauritius, and the UAE. The group consists of Alpari-Broker (Russia), Alpari Ltd. (Saint Vincent and the Grenadines), Alpari International Ltd. (Mauritius), Alpari Ltd. (Belize), and Alpari Forex (Russia).