corporate governance


As a public company incorporated on 12 January 2007 and holder of a Banking Licence issued on 29 August 2007, AfrAsia Bank remains guided by the principles issued by the Mauritius Financial Reporting Council in its “Guidelines on Compliance with the Code of Corporate Governance”, by the Bank of Mauritius in its “Guidelines on Corporate Governance” and by the provisions of the Mauritius Companies Act 2001.

The main activities of AfrAsia Bank Limited are that of lending and deposit taking for Corporate and Private Clients, Treasury Operations, Investment Banking and Wealth Management.

corporate governance


Relationship and communication with Shareholders

The Board of AfrAsia Bank Limited is committed to upholding an open and constructive communication with its shareholders. Various communication channels are used to ensure shareholders as well as the bank’s stakeholders are updated about all developments.

Shareholders and Investors

  • How the Bank engages with stakeholders

    • Regular presentations and roadshows
    • External newsletters
    • Integrated reports, media releases and published results
          - Board Meetings
          - Annual General Meetings
          - Investor Relations microsite
  • How we engage with our stakeholders

    Investors provide the financial capital necessary to sustain growth.

  • Stakeholders contribution to value creation

    Providing sustained returns on investment through sound risk management, strategic growth opportunities and good governance practices.

  • What concerns the bank's stakeholders

    • Delivering sustainable returns
    • Leadership and strategic direction
    • Corporate governance and ethics
    • Progress with project pipelines, business plans and future growth projects
    • A high level of empowerment and autonomy