Alter Domus, an independent provider of outsourced administration services, has opened an office in Mauritius. Alter Domus (Mauritius) is a joint-venture between the Alter Domus Group and Altima Group, a Mauritius-based conglomerate. The new office will provide corporate management services and fund administration services to multinational corporations and alternative investment funds in the region.
Alter Domus is present in nine of the principle jurisdictions worldwide, offering its clients services that support accounting, regulatory and compliance requirements of legal entities locally established.
Victor Seeyave, managing director of the new entity, said: “Mauritius is gaining increasing prominence as an ideal platform for investment in Africa, the Middle East and Asia. In line with the group’s vision and core principles, we will spare no efforts to provide the same standards of quality, responsiveness and confidentiality in this new endeavour.”
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