The Registrar of Companies of Mauritius was awarded the efficiency and effectiveness by The Department of Public Service and Administrative Reform. This success is mainly due to the level of commitment of its staff and management focused on the future. ”We have a very good team that works hard to make it easier for the public and investors, told Chinien Prabha the Registrar of Companies, and I have met the challenge of incorporating a company in a half day while the project ‘paperless society’ will be realized before the end of the year. “ This is the third time that the Registrar of Companies stands out as the most efficient organization of the public. It has already received the Customer Service Award, the Public Service Excellence Award and the Customer Focus Award. It is the focal point for starting business at home and is responsible for administering the Companies Act, Insolvency, Corporate Partnership (Limited Partnership Act) and the recently enacted law on foundations. With a database of over 100,000 businesses, it acts as an information provider to public sector organizations and the public. This year, the Registrar of Companies has acquired a new technology for the implementation of a computerized registry. The other major innovation is the creation of an internal call center to better serve the public. The office is regularly invited by the World Bank as a speaker to share his expertise in the field of company law and insolvency. He chairs the International Association of Insolvency Regulators, whose secretariat is based in the UK. Forward-thinking, innovative and efficient, these are the adjectives that can be applied to the Registrar of Companies of Mauritius.
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