Mauritius Issues Regulatory Guidance on Security Token Offerings

The Mauritius Financial Services Commission (FSC) has clarified the rules applying to projects launching security token offerings (STOs). In guidance published Monday, the FSC said that security tokens are classed as securities as defined in the country’s Securities Act 2005, but in digital form. Issuers raising funds through STOs are therefore required to get prior approval from […]

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Mauritius Regulators to Approve Digital Asset Custodian Licensing Framework

The Mauritanian Financial Services Commission (FSC) is establishing a regulatory framework for digital asset custodian services, according to an official announcement published on Feb. 8. The new regulation will be effective as of March 1 and will require custodian services “to comply with the applicable framework for [Anti Money Laundering] AML/CFT [combat financing terrorism] in […]

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Mauritius Financial Commission Releases Draft Regulation for Crypto Custodian Services

Mauritius’s financial commission has released draft regulations for crypto custodian services, requiring the maintenance of at least $14,000 in unimpaired capital. The Financial Services Commission (FSC) of the Republic of Mauritius has released a draft regulatory framework for crypto custodian services, according to an official document posted on Nov. 5. According to the announcement, the […]

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