Alpari, a global foreign exchange, precious metals and CFD broker established in 1998, has opened a new office in Mauritius, as a result of its effort to expand its operations in the region.
The office in Mauritius will be located at Maeva Tower, a modern business center in Ebene CyberCity.
Why did Alpari choose Mauritius?
Mauritus has become a strategic hub due to its position near Asia, the Indian Ocean, and East Africa.
The main motive behind opening Mauritius office is broker’s latest attempt to obtain clients in the region. Another reason for new office is Alpari’s attempt to get close to the governmental bodies of Mauritius, particularly those in charge of the country’s development as a global financial center.
The Mauritian jurisdiction opens new doors for Alpari clients to operate within regulatory legal norms which are characterized by the protection of investor rights, high levels of cofidentiality, security and stability.
Wrapped up plans
In October last year, Alpari unveiled that it would be setting up its first global headquaters in Mauritius. This strategic decision has now been accomplished in the form of a fully equipped new office.
“The opening of these headquarters is a significant event in the history of our company, thereby confirming the high level of professional achievements made by Alpari. The Republic of Mauritius has kindly welcomed and opened up new horizons for the development of our international brand in the market of financial services due to its progressive legal system and long-standing market traditions,” said Andrey Dashin, brand’s owner, at the opening ceremony.
Another novelty regarding Alpari is a new section on its website that provides news about financial markets from FxWirePro. Clients are now able to get all their news in one place by logging into Alpari’s website.
The new feature provides news in English and Chinese from FxWirePro, a service which is endorsed by the creators of the MT4 and MT5 platforms.