A Boutique Bank in Mauritius IFC

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A Boutique Bank in Mauritius IFC

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  3. 3. Our Profile<br />Headquartered in the Mauritius IFC, AfrAsia Bank is a boutique financial services provider with the ability to tailor innovative banking solutions for both the local and international markets.<br />We deliver customized services focussing on :<br />Corporate & Investment Banking, Treasury and Capital Markets<br />Private Banking & Wealth Management<br />Global Business transactions and structures via the Mauritius International Financial Services Center<br />AfrAsia’s Board of Directors consists of high-calibre multi-disciplined individuals with vast experience in the financial sector.<br />The Management Team is made up of some of the most experienced, able and highly-esteemed professionals.<br />
  4. 4. AFRASIA BANK LIMITED - SHAREHOLDERS<br />“MAURITIUS , INC.”<br />Anchor shareholder is Groupe Mon Loisir (GML) (www.gmltogether.com), the largest conglomerate and real estate owners . Est in 1939<br />Total assets at end of June 10: equiv USD $1.1Bn<br />GML employs over 10,000 persons and contribute to about 9.1% of the GDP of Mauritius. Holdings in financial services, agro, tourism, manufacturing, real estate, textiles<br />Regional – Mozambique, Tanzania, Reunion Island (France), Madagascar, Sri Lanka<br />Now largest Group by asset & turnover in Mauritius<br />
  5. 5. AFRASIA BANK LIMITED - SHAREHOLDERS<br />REGIONAL Reach<br />PROPARCO (www.proparco.fr) - investment arm of the French Govt & one of the largest DFIs. <br />Partly held by AgenceFrancaise De Developpement (rated ‘AAA’ by S&P, Fitch) and major financial institutions including SocieteGenerale, BNP Paribas, Credit Agricole SA, DBSA among others<br />
  6. 6. AFRASIA BANK LIMITED - SHAREHOLDERS<br />REGIONAL Reach<br />Dale Capital Group (DCG) is a strategic shareholder of AfrAsia Bank (www.dale-capital.com)<br />DCG is an investment holdingcompany listed on Stock Exchange of Mauritius (SEM) in Dec07<br />HQ in Cape Town. Two primary business lines in third party fund management and principal investments in Sub-Saharan Africa<br />With DCG’s extensive networks and experience AfrAsia is establishing Rep Offices in Cape Town,Jo’burg and Durban with them<br />
  7. 7. AFRASIA BANK LIMITED - SHAREHOLDERS<br />REGIONAL Reach<br />Intrasia Capital (www.intrasiacapital.com) is a Singapore based boutique private equity firm that is now a significant, strategic shareholder of ABL<br />Intrasia invests in/develops high growth international public and private companies in the energy and resources, real estate, financial services and agricultural sectors in SE Asia and the Indian Ocean<br />With Intrasia, AfrAsia is conducting marketing road shows in Singapore for Global business<br />Also applying for banking license in Madagascar <br />
  8. 8. Strategic Investments<br />50% of AXYS Capital Management (www.axys-group.com) one of the oldest and most experienced asset management companies in Mauritius.<br />37.5% stake in AfrAsia Corporate Finance (www.afrasiacf.com) - independent Cape Town Corporate Finance Adviser focusing on providing highest quality financial advice, arrangement and execution expertise. Advisory services include mergers and acquisitions, debt advisory, restructuring, equity advisory and BEE advisory.<br />
  9. 9. South Africa Representative Offices<br />AfrAsia is licensed by the South African Reserve Bank (SARB) on 7 Sept 2009 to run a Rep Office in South Africa<br />Representative Offices already established in both Cape Town,Johannesburg and Durban with full-time employees<br />With the Representative Offices, AfrAsia is ideally poised to become a reference point linking Mauritius and the Africa-Asia trade corridor by being closer to this market<br />
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  15. 15. BANK’S AWARD<br />
  16. 16. ‘Bank different’ is not just different words, it is the important difference that the right bank can make<br />

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