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Mauritius Office

Mr. Roshan Boodhoo

Alliance Financial Services Ltd
Level 2, Standard Chartered Tower
Cybercity, Ebene, Republic of Mauritius

Tel: (230) 466 7070 or 464 1268
Fax: (230) 465 0077



Luxembourg Office

Mr. Bishen Jacmohone

Alliance Revision Sarl
Réviseur d'Entreprises Agrée
No 1, Rue des Glacis, 3 rd Floor
L-1628 Luxembourg

Tel: (352) 24 14 34 1
Fax: (352) 24 14 34 300



Dubai Office
(Representative Office)

Mr. Roshan Boodhoo

Prime Alliance International Limited
Office M2, NBQ Building , Bur Dubai
P.O.Box: 115887, Dubai
United Arab Emirates

London Office
(Representative Office)

Mr. Roshan Boodhoo

Alliance Financial (UK) Limited
Ground Floor 64 Paul Street
London
United Kingdom

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NOTE: The company carried out its business activities from 2005 to 2015 as Alliance Trust Company (Mauritius) Ltd; and with effect from 5 October 2015, has been renamed to Alliance Financial Services Ltd. The change in company name now reflects the company's position as a Key Player in the Financial Services Industry of Mauritius and Africa.

Signature of Agreement between the USA and Mauritius

The respective Governments of the Republic of Mauritius and the United States of America (USA) signed a Tax Information Exchange Agreement (TIEA) and an Inter-governmental Agreement (IGA), for the implementation of the Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act (FATCA) between the two countries.

The objective of the FATCA, enacted in March 2010 by the US authorities, is to identify US persons behind foreign financial holdings and communicate their corresponding investment information including account balances and incomes derived from investments to the US Inland Revenue Service (IRS).

The FATCA provides that unless a foreign financial institution (FFI) has an FFI agreement with the USA IRS or is located in a jurisdiction that has an IGA with the USA, a 30 percent withholding tax will be applied to payments of certain US-sourced income such as interests, dividends and insurance premiums made to the FFI.

Under the IGA, the Regulatory Authorities of Mauritius and the USA shall obtain information required on all reportable accounts and shall annually exchange this information on an automatic basis. Individual FFIs will not have to register directly with the US IRS.