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EDB Mauritius returns to London for another exciting edition of the Mauritius Property & Investment Forum

by LLP Reporter
13th May 24 3:25 pm

The Economic Development Board (EDB) Mauritius is set to return to London this spring, to host the second edition of the Property and Investment Forum, following the success of its 2023 event.

Taking place at the Conrad London St James Hotel in Westminster on Friday, May 31, 2024, this flagship event aims to provide valuable insights into the exciting growth and development opportunities on the island for Business Leaders, High-Net-Worth Individuals, and Property Investors.

Commencing at 09:30 hrs, the Property and Investment Forum will feature esteemed speakers from Mauritius – including government officials, leading real estate developers, legal experts, notaries, tax specialists, prominent banks, and management companies – enabling UK business leaders and investors to understand how the Island has maintained a strong economy in recent years compared to national markets.

Mauritius shines as a beacon of innovation, strategic foresight, and economic resilience. Positioned as the star and key of the India Ocean, the island stands as a testament to the transformative power of innovation and diversified economic strategies. Consistently recognized for its excellence, Mauritius boats impressive accolades, including ranking 13th worldwide and 1st in Africa for ease of doing business. Mauritius unwavering political stability and commitment to economic freedom further solidify its status as a premier destination for discerning investors and ambitious entrepreneurs.

The business opportunities in Mauritius are vast and varied, ranging from financial services, tourism, and real estate to emerging sectors such as information and communications technology, higher education, biotechnology, and renewable energy.

Committed to establishing Mauritius as a leading investment platform for economic growth, the Economic Development Board also plans to leverage the Forum to attract more UK citizens to the island.  For the period 2019 to September 2023, Mauritius has registered 91 million GBP in terms of Foreign Direct Investment from UK. As at date, more than 400 British have pledged interest in its Premium Visa and 395 as Retired Non-Citizens.

The Property and Investment Forums play a key role in enabling us to achieve this and in showcasing what life, business and investment could look like in Mauritius. We are, therefore, delighted to return to London this Spring – particularly following the success of our 2023 event – and look forward to educating more business leaders and investors on the opportunities available for personal and professional growth in Mauritius.”

To find out more about the EDB Mauritius Property and Investment Forum and to register your interest by clicking on the following link:


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