Forex broker Alpari unveiled its new offices in the business district of the island nation of Mauritius. Alpari’s new international headquarters are situated in the Maeva Tower, located in the Mauritius’ Cybercity information technology hub, in Ebene.
According to Alpari’s announcement, the high levels of investor confidentiality, along with a favorable business climate and progressive legal system, played a key role in convincing Alpari management to relocate to the island nation.
While Alpari has been licensed to operate in the small island nation since 2013, the decision to move the firm’s headquarters to Mauritius was made after several meetings took place between Alpari management and Mauritian authorities, including Prakash Maunthrooa, Senior Advisor to the Prime Minister.
Andrey Dashin, CEO and owner of Alpari, underscored the significance of the occasion:
"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."Last year, Alpari’s FX turnover was over $1 trillion. Since its founding in December of 1998, the Alpari brokerage has grown to over one million clients, with offices in 80 countries. More recently, Alpari received permission from The National Bank of Belarus to operate in the region.