Recent Instructions

  • UK Nationals based in the Cayman Islands seeking finance of £700,000 to assist with the purchase of two North London apartments on a buy to let basis.

  • New Zealand based client with property in London valued at £450,000. Seeking refinance and equity release to purchase New Zealand residential property for own occupation - £250,000

  • Singapore based Lawyer seeking finance for refinance and equity release on existing UK property to purchase additional investment property - £400,000

  • Expat based in China seeking a refinance of UK property valued at £235,000. Existing lender would not renew as borrower no longer UK resident.

  • Singaporean clients looking to purchase London property at £450,000 for rental investment opportunity. Loan required of £300,000

  • Self employed UK National based in Malaysia seeking finance of £1.925m to assist with the purchase of a Central London residence.

  • UK Expat based in Moscow looking to relocate family back to UK. Seeking mortgage at 80% of purchase price.

  • Clients based in Sri Lanka seeking finance of 80% to purchase apartment in Bristol for their daughter whilst studying at university.

  • UK National from Scotland with flat based in Glasgow. Living and working on a yacht in the Caribbean seeking mortgage of £70,000 to refinance current mortgage from onshore lender.

  • Channel Islands resident with commercial property based in London valued at £2m. Property owned by SIPP and placed in offshore company with equity release to beneficial owner of £500,000

  • Existing client (UK Expat) based in Brunei looking to purchase a third property back in the UK for £300,000 on a buy to let basis. Finance raised on an interest only basis over a 10 year term.

  • UK clients based in the RoI seeking finance to purchase a small portfolio of UK properties taking advantage of depressed market prices. Total funding requirement £925,000 approved over a 20 year term.

  • Purchase of 4 North London apartments for £1m for wealthy African family through a BVI company which is in turn owned by a Trust administered in Switzerland. Finance approved at 3.14% for a 20 year term.



The island of Mauritius covers an area of 1,865 square kilometres and is situated in aconvenient time zone (GMT +4) in the Indian Ocean. As well being sovereign and independent, it benefits from a peaceful environment, stable democratic government and an active population of 1.2 million inhabitants bilingual in English and French.

As Mauritius flourishes as an international financial centre, it is proving itself to be a competent and resourceful centre. The jurisdiction has carved a solid international reputation for the level of service of its qualified professionals; its user-friendly legislation governing companies and trusts; a fiscally attractive environment and, very importantly, for the quality of its regulation which is seen as firm but at the same time commercially friendly.

The financial system is endorsed by the World Bank and IMF and the country is NOT included in the FATF list of uncooperative jurisdictions. Furthermore, Mauritius has never been black-listed by the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD).

Being an important trading and commercial hub in the region, Mauritius has enjoyed a substantial economic growth averaging 5% for the past two decades. The centre has actively diversified its economy and revenue streams which is based on tourism, textile manufacturing, agriculture, financial services and Information & Communications Technology. Mauritius is recognized as a leading regional centre for offshore fund structuring and administration, for investment particularly in Indian, Asian, Middle East and African countries.  The Companies and Securities Act and Rules permit establishment of open and closed ended schemes, retail, professional, hedge and venture capital funds.  Unit trust and partnership schemes and foreign recognized schemes may be registered in Mauritius

Mauritius will grow by doing what it already does well and developing further added services and features.


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