Mr. Mark Watkinson, CEO of Bank One Limited, was elected as Chairperson of the MBA. Mr. Mark Watkinson takes over from Ms. Bonnie Qiu, CEO of HSBC Mauritius, who completed her two-year tenure. Also elected were Mr. Premchand Mungar, CEO of MauBank Ltd, and Mr. Grant Parsons, CEO of Investec…
On Thursday 8 September 2022, the Future of Banking report was officially presented by the Governor of the Bank of Mauritius to the Honourable Prime Minister and the Honourable Minister of Finance, on the occasion of the Bank of Mauritius 55th Anniversary Governors’ Meet. The Abridged Report has now been…
Moody’s reviews Government of Mauritius rating from Baa2 to Baa3 with stable outlook. The Mauritius Bankers Association Limited (MBA) has taken cognizance of the decision by Moody’s Investors Service (Moody’s) to review the Government of Mauritius rating from Baa2 to Baa3 with a stable outlook, on 28 July 2022.
The Mauritius Bankers Association (MBA) held its Annual General Meeting on Wednesday 30 June 2021. Ms. Bonnie Qiu, Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of The HongKong & Shanghai Banking Corporation Limited was elected as Chairperson of the MBA for a one-year mandate.
Le Chief Executive Officer de la Mauritius Bankers Association Limited siège désormais au Sénat de l’Université de Maurice, l’instance suprême qui coordonne toutes les affaires académiques de l’institution.
On Wednesday 21 April 2021, the Mauritius Bankers’ Association Limited (MBA) met with the Minister of Finance, Economic Development and Planning, in the context of the pre-Budget Consultation exercise, and presented our 2021 Budget Memorandum. The theme for the MBA’s 2021 Budget Memorandum is Preserving Investor Confidence and Boosting Growth.
The Mauritius Bankers Association Limited (MBA) has taken cognizance of the decision by Moody’s Investors Service (Moody’s) to downgrade the Government of Mauritius rating from Baa1 to Baa2, on 4 March2021.The "investment grade" of Mauritius has been maintained.
L’épargne nationale a drastiquement baissé ces dernières années. Le taux d’épargne nationale est passé de 21,1 % en 2007 à 6,2 % en 2020. Bien que cette tendance s’observe à l’échelle internationale, la COVID-19 ne serait pas la seule responsable de la situation actuelle à Maurice.