Mauritius is an ideal gateway for African investment and Imara endeavours to grow the Indian Ocean nation as a true international financial services centre through the provision of world class products and services to the high net worth and mass affluent private client markets.

  • Imara in Mauritius

    Imara’s Mauritius divisions - Imara Trust Services and Imara Asset Management Mauritius Limited demonstrate financial stability, professional competence and expertise in accordance with licensing requirements. This is testament to Imara’s skill and integrity, which ensures that we are able to provide our clients with the highest levels of service and advice at all times. Imara Trust is a specialist service provider with expertise in offshore companies, trusts and fund administration and which is licensed by the Financial Services Commission of Mauritius. With a team of corporate, legal, financial, accounting and banking experts working together, and the international network of offices of the Imara Group, Imara Trust is able to provide customized and strategic business solutions to help individuals and corporations optimize the success of their business and investments in Africa and beyond. Imara Asset Management Mauritius Limited was formally opened in September 2012 and is a joint-venture partnership between the Group and locally based Kappa Forte Asset Management who have an established track record in the island’s financial services sector. The Group’s extensive African footprint, strong research capabilities and fund management expertise enable Imara Asset Management Mauritius Limited to add considerable value for local investors hoping to participate in growth opportunities across Africa and internationally.

  • Contact Imara in Mauritius

    Trust Services Preetam Prayag Chief Executive Officer | Imara Trust Company (Mauritius) Limited Tel +230 464 9799 Email:

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    Mauritius boasts an open economy, favourable tax regime, advanced telecommunications network, regular flights to major international destinations and actively encourages foreign investment. This country is a peaceful emerging economy with a reputation for stability and offers investors attractive opportunities in the travel, tourism and related industries. The island has maintained one of the most successful democracies in the developing world and has enjoyed years of constitutional order. Once reliant on sugar as its main crop export, Mauritius has successfully diversified into textiles, upmarket tourism, banking, finance and business outsourcing. Total area: 2,040 sq km Population: 1,286,051 (2011, source: World Bank) Currency: Mauritian Rupee (MUR)