ACHIEVING THE NET ZERO AGENDA IN 2030: The Mauritian DilemmaArticle by Clensy Appavoo Mauritius emits less than 0,01% of carbon dioxide of the whole world, yet Mauritius is now ranked 51 in terms of most risky countries in the world. Led by our Ministry of Environment and the Government as a whole, our small Island is actually mobilising resources right … Read More
Sustainable Supply Chain Towards A Conceptual FrameworkHLB Corporate Services Ltd AN INTRODUCTION TO SUSTAINABLE SUPPLY CHAIN A sustainable supply chain is one that fully integrates ethical and environmentally responsible practices into a competitive and successful model. Ranging from how products are made, to the type of packaging used for shipments, to reducing carbon offsets during last-mile delivery, a sustainable supply … Read More
Mauritius is back on the whitelist: Lessons learnt and experience for the futureHLB Mauritius L. Clensy Appavoo 21st October 2021 is a day to remember as it marks the long-awaited decision of the ‘Financial Action Task Force’ (“FATF”) to remove Mauritius from its list of countries under enhanced monitoring which is commonly referred to as the ‘Grey List’. This augurs … Read More
In today’s era, sustainability has become a pressing topic for all types of organisations in the world. The world has now understood the importance of not being harmful to the environment or depleting natural resources and thereby supporting long-term ecological, social, and governmental balance. A vital mission long-neglected, sustainability is today an important economic prerogative.
ANTI-MONEY LAUNDERING: An update on the 6th EU Directive After the Danske Bank scandal that reported the laundering of approximately Euro 200 billion, the EU recognised that the 5th Anti Money Laundering Directive (“5AMLD”) was deficient and that money laundering still remained a serious phenomenon, damaging the reputation, stability and integrity of the financial system. The 6th Anti Money Laundering … Read More
Compliance with Data Protection Regulations and Principles The Data Protection Directive, officially Directive 95/46/EC, enacted in October 1995, is a European Union Directive which regulates the processing of personal data within the European Union and the free movement of such data to ensure the protection of fundamental rights and freedom of individuals. The General Data Protection Regulation (“GDPR”), adopted in … Read More
Revival of two economies post COVID-19 trade preparedness: Spotlight on CECPA Mauritius-India The Comprehensive Economic Cooperation and Partnership Agreement (“CECPA”) which came into force as from 1st April 2021 is an unprecedented trade agreement signed by India with a country in continental Africa, Mauritius. CECPA Mauritius-India is a significant milestone in the trade growth and economic leveraging of the two … Read More
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