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Company Registration in Mauritius

Register your Company and / or Trust in Mauritius today.

We assist South Africans in person or online.

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We have been establishing Offshore Companies and Trusts for our Clients for more than 15 years through our offices in
Switzerland, Mauritius, and South Africa. We offer formation, management, and administration services for our clients who create businesses, invest, or conduct trade in and through Africa while utilizing the fiscal benefits of Mauritius as a respected and well-known international financial center.

Key Details

  • Company type: Authorized Mauritius Company. We also help with the setup of trusts in Mauritius.
  • Setup Fee: R35 000 (around US$ 2000) for Authorized Company Registration.
  • Timeframe: 3 Weeks
  • Standard currency: US$
  • Auditing Required: No
  • Capital Required: No
  • Mauritius’ Ranks as Number 1 in Africa for Ease of Doing Business
  • Taxes: No taxes are owed by this company in Mauritius; however, taxes must be paid where management and control of the entity will actually take place. If the owners manage and control the business from South Africa, then South African taxes must be paid by the company.
  • Your new Mauritius Authorized Company and/or Trust can be established without traveling to Mauritius.
  • Note that our setup fees are the basic fees to setup an authorized company in Mauritius. It costs money each year to be an authorized company in Mauritius, and depending on your specific requirements, you might need additional services from us. This will be covered during our appointment with you.


(1) Bank profits in hard currency in a Mauritius-based bank.

(2) Declare dividends to your Mauritius Trust (which we can help set up as well), so that it can invest the Owner’s business profit.

(3) The Trust will not pay Mauritius tax as it is tax resident in Mauritius.

(4) Should the business be sold, the trustee may sell the authorized company’s shares and deposit the proceeds in the trust account. (Capital Gains tax will not be applied to the sale.)

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Meet Our Offshore Registration Specialist:

Johan is a Chartered Accountant who has worked in South Africa, the United States, the United Kingdom, the Channel Islands, and Mauritius throughout the course of his 18 years in the financial services industry. Previous positions have included Senior Executive and Head of Finance for an international fund administration organization in Cape Town. Before returning to South Africa in 2019 to oversee Business Development in Southern Africa, Johan joined the BTG Group in 2016 as Director of Finance and Operations in Mauritius.

See all our Offshore Services:

  • Mauritius Company and Trust registration, including licensing etc.
  • We handle your appointment as the new company’s director, Corporate Trustee of the Trust , and supply the registered office and registered agent.
  • We take care of your Mauritius Company’s and Trust’s regulatory compliance.
  • Organizing and recording of shareholder and trustee meetings, annual general meetings, etc.
  • Maintaining your company’s and trust’s records, such as the shareholders register and minutes book.
  • Financial Summary and required interim statements preparation.
  • Forex Facilitating Services.
  • Tax, Regulatory, Structuring assistance.
  • Onshore Tax Filing Registration
  • Tax, Accounting, Legal and other Corporate Services.

Our Presence in South African:

Our local representative, a South African Chartered Accountant (CA), whom has lived and worked in Mauritius, will represent you from within South Africa.

If necessary, we visit you in person (if you live in Gauteng, Cape Town, Durban, or Bloemfontein).

Alternatively, we can do a Zoom or Skype meeting (you can be based anywhere).

To find out more or to start your Mauritius Authorized Company setup, simply complete the online form below.

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Company Partners assists South Africa’s Entrepreneurs to become registered, empowered, and grow into sustainable businesses. Specialising in company registration and compliance since 2006, we have expanded our expertise to include accounting, payroll and website design.

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Frequently Asked Questions

What are the Requirements for Offshore Company Registration in Mauritius?

  1. Certified Copy of Passport
  2. Curriculum Vitae
  3. Proof of Domicile (certified copy)
  4. Bank Reference Letter and Statement
  5. Business Plan
  6. 3-Year Financial Forecast


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  1. No exchange controls
  2. Free choice of functional currency
  3. Low or no income tax, no stamp duties and no capital gains tax
  4. No tax on dividends, interest or royalty income and no withholding taxes. Double Taxation Avoidance Treaties
  5. Open policies for expatriate professionals
  6. Attractive fiscal policies and administrative ease of doing business
  7. Stable political, investment and banking environment, with a well established company and corporate law
  8. Enabling laws allowing for access to key region economic blocs, tax treaties and investment promotion treaties to reduce withholding taxes, customs duties and taxes on capital
  9. Favourable time-zone

Due to its free market policies and favorable tax structure, Mauritius is one of the most developed countries in Africa, yet conducting business there without local assistance can be difficult. Mauritius, which has one of the highest GDPs in Africa, is a financial powerhouse tucked away within a thriving continent.


Here are the main advantages of registering a Company in Mauritius:

  • High degree of privacy protection (through the use of nominee Directors and shareholders).
  • Mauritius company formation permits 100% foreign ownership meaning no local nominee is required.
  • Only one Director and one Shareholder required.

Foreigners may own 100% of a Mauritius-incorporated company with no required minimum capital. However, an individual that wants to start a business as self-employed, will have to register only his business activity.


Yes, South Africans can engage in Mauritius company registration either online or in person. At Company Partners, we facilitate the entire process, ensuring that registering a company in Mauritius is seamless and efficient. Johan our Offshore Specialist has over 18 years of experience and can assist from anywhere in South Africa. Whether you’re looking to open a new venture or expand an existing one, Mauritius offers a strategic and welcoming business environment.

The cost of setting up a company in Mauritius varies depending on the business structure and the specific services required. The setup fee is approximately R35,000 (thirty-five-thousand-rand). Note that our setup fees are the basic fees for an authorized company in Mauritius. Annual fees will be applicable to maintaining the registration. This will be covered during our appointment with you to consult on the registration. For precise estimates tailored to your specific business needs, we recommend that you arrange a free consultation with our expert Johan​.

When setting up your company in Mauritius, ensuring you have the right documentation ready is crucial to a smooth registration process. Here’s what you’ll need:

Incorporation Forms: Complete the required incorporation forms, which include:

  1. Form 1: Application for registration of a company.
  2. Form 7: Consent and certificate by a director.
  3. Form 9: Consent and certificate by a member (shareholder).
  4. Form 8: This is required only if your company will have a secretary.
  5. Proof of Residential Address: You must provide a recent proof of address in the director’s name. This can be a utility bill or a bank statement, not older than three months.
  6. Beneficial Ownership Declaration: A letter must be signed by a director detailing the beneficial owners of the company. This letter should include information about the shareholders and their beneficial owners, if applicable.


Ensuring these documents are properly filled out and submitted will help facilitate the incorporation process, allowing you to focus on growing your business.

You can find and download the forms from the Mauritius Government here..


When establishing a private company in Mauritius, it’s important to understand the regulations regarding the number of shareholders:

  1. Minimum Number of Shareholders: A private company must have at least one shareholder. This allows for the flexibility of single-person companies, where one individual can own and manage the business.
  2. Maximum Number of Shareholders: A private company is limited to a maximum of 50 shareholders. This limit is designed to maintain the private nature of the company and ensure more straightforward management and operational processes.
  3. Conversion to Public Company: If your business grows and you wish to expand the number of shareholders beyond 50, the company must be converted into a public company. This transition involves different regulatory requirements and a broader disclosure regime, reflecting the increased public interest in the business.
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