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Privacy Statement

This privacy statement relates solely to information supplied by you on our website.

Any personal information given by you through this website will be used for the purpose of providing and operating the products and services you have requested and for other related purposes which may include updating and enhancing our records. The information collected from you will be valuable in improving the design and for marketing purposes.

By providing your contact details; telephone, facsimile number, postal and email address or similar details you agree that we may contact you by these methods to keep you informed of our services, products or any other purposes. Intercontinental Trust Limited reserves the right to amend its prevailing Private statement at any time and will place any such amendments on its website.

This privacy statement is not intended to, nor does it, create any contractual rights whatsoever or any other legal rights, nor does it create any obligations on Intercontinental Trust Limited in respect of any other party or on behalf of any party.


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ITL wins Corporate Finance Advisor of the Year 2016

ITL is pleased to announce that it has won the Corporate Finance Advisor Award 2016 at the 5th Annual Private Equity Africa Awards (PEA Awards) for the second year in a row. ITL wa...


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News & Events

  • The SelfKey Foundation obtains a Regulatory Sandbox License in Mauritius
    12-02-2018

      Selfkey, a blockchain-based digital identity firm which allows exchange of information, transactions, and crypto currency portfolios to have their database of verified documents and to keep sensitive information secure, has been granted a Regulatory Sandbox Licence by the Board of Investment (now under the Economic Development) in Mauritius.   The Founder of SelfKey, Edmund Lowell, ...

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  • FDI to Mauritius increase to MUR 12.3 billion (January-September 2017)
    12-02-2018

      The latest statistical release from the Bank of Mauritius (BOM) reveals a surge in inward Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) to Mauritius for the first three quarters of 2017, with FDI inflows reaching a total of MUR 12.3 billion. This amount represents an increase of 16% compared to MUR 10.6 billion registered for the previous corresponding period.   The top 3 sectors recipient of FDI...

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  • Regulatory committee for Fintech and Innovation launched at the Financial Services Commission (FSC)
    12-02-2018

      The Mauritius International Financial Center has gained a solid reputation as a well-regulated and transparent jurisdiction, and in a continuous effort to maintain the Mauritius International Financial Center as a leading jurisdiction worldwide, the country is now looking into the development of innovative financial services and of the Fintech industry.     To assist in the el...

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