April 1, 2022
Mauritius is the subject of a Special Report titled 'Investing in Mauritius', by the Financial Times.
March 18, 2022
On 18 March 2022, the Mauritius Bankers Association hosted two briefing sessions on Sanctions and Counter-Terrorist Financing on 18 March 2022, for representatives of our…
February 22, 2022
The Mauritius Bankers Association (MBA) has taken cognizance of Mauritius’s forthcoming exit from the European Union’s list of High-risk third countries, as published in the…
January 13, 2022
La sortie de Maurice a déjà été annoncée par des officiels de l’Union européenne. Nous comprenons que les procédures sont déjà en cours pour officialiser…
November 23, 2021
The CEO of the MBA, Mr. Daniel Essoo, will be moderating a webinar titled “Mauritius, an emerging International Financial Centre of Resilience, substance and excellence”…
November 8, 2021
Après la sortie de Maurice de la liste des juridictions sous surveillance accrue du Groupe d’Action Financière, et plus récemment, de la liste des pays…
Established in 1967
The MBA was first established in 1967 as an association of commercial banks that were authorised to conduct banking business in Mauritius. Its founding members consisted of the following five banks: Bank of Baroda, Barclays Bank D.C.O., Habib Bank (Overseas) Limited, The Mauritius Commercial Bank Ltd and The Mercantile Bank Ltd.
The Mauritius Bankers Association Limited (MBA) is the industry association for the Banking sector. The Association, which was set up in 1967, aims to nurture an innovative, competitive and trustworthy banking environment. It serves as a voice for the banking industry and represents its members as it works closely with stakeholders towards the development of the banking sector in Mauritius, and for the welfare of society.