Mauritius is now off the UK’s List of High-Risk Third Countries

Mauritius is now off the United Kingdom’s list of High-Risk Third Countries as communicated by the Financial Services Commission (FSC) on 5 November 2021. This announcement follows the delisting of Mauritius by the FATF. The amendments made by the United Kingdom (UK) to the Money Laundering, Terrorist Financing and Transfer of Funds (Information on the Payer) Regulations 2017 is the reason for the removal of Mauritius as a high-risk country for the purpose to enhance customer due diligence requirements.

The delisting of Mauritius from the UK List of High-Risk Third Countries is another important step in reinforcing the reputation of Mauritius as a robust and credible

Please click HERE to view the original communication by the FSC.

Source: Financial Services Commission (FSC) Mauritius

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