Bank of Mauritius governor Rundheersing Bheenick says central bank will not intervene in markets to artificially depreciate rupee
Bank of Mauritius governor Rundheersing Bheenick says Islamic banks’ operations could rival conventional banks in some countries
Bank of Mauritius governor Rundheersing Bheenick says competitiveness key to overcoming middle income trap
Paper examines mechanism over the past decade
Bank of Mauritius’s Yandraduth Googoolye says that the country’s revenue authority will share tax data with the central bank to aid policymaking
Bank of Mauritius’ Rundheersing Bheenick says domestic economy saves too little
International Monetary Fund sells two tonnes of gold to Bank of Mauritius
Governor hails development of derivatives exchange
Mauritius’ Rundheersing Bheenick says that Doha is key to driving a global recovery
Mauritius is consolidating its first steps in Islamic finance, aiming to position the country as a jurisdiction of choice for world-class Islamic financial services, said Rundheersing Bheenik, the governor of the central bank.
The global financial crisis is going to reshape the international financial architecture, said Petar Goshev, the governor of the National Bank of Macedonia.
The Bank of Mauritius has cut its benchmark interest rate by 50 basis points to 7.75% during a specially convened meeting on Friday.
The Bank of Mauritius is committed to continuing its leading role in the development of the country's banking and financial sector, Jameel Khadaroo, a deputy governor of the central bank, has said.
The Bank of Mauritius will hold a special Monetary Policy Committee (MPC) meeting on 2 May, the central bank said on Tuesday.
The Bank of Mauritius chopped half a point off its benchmark repo rate on Monday 24 March.
The Bank of Mauritius is considering a proposal from the World Bank for the government to allow them to issue Mauritian-rupee denominated or linked bonds, explained Rundheersing Bheenick, the governor of the central bank, at a workshop on local currency-bond...
The success of the banking industry is critical for the economic development of Mauritius, says Rundheersing Bheenick, the governor of the Bank of Mauritius.
The Bank of Mauritius, the country's central bank, announced on 30 June that it had raised its key repo rate by 75 basis points to 9.25% with effect from 2 July. The decision came after the third meeting of the central bank's Monetary Policy Committee...
In the speech 'Towards the African Monetary Union' given on 9 May Rundheersing Bheenick of the Bank of Mauritius said the launching of the Monetary Policy Committee as a statutory committee of the Bank of Mauritius marked the start of a new era in monetary...
In the speech 'Launch of the Monetary Policy Committee at the Bank of Mauritius' given on 23 April Rundheersing Bheenick of the Bank of Mauritius said today is the start of a new era in monetary policymaking in Mauritius.
According to this article from the Mauritius Times, published Friday 27 April, the decision by the Bank of Mauritius to set up a Monetary Policy Committee should be welcomed as a move away from the Middle Ages of central banking.
According to the Bank of Mauritius' Annual Report 2005-2006, the economic performance during fiscal year 2005-06 was characterized by a real GDP growth of 3.5 per cent, and an increase in the budget deficit as a proportion of GDP to 5.3 per cent.
In the speech 'Bank of Mauritius' new headquarters' given on 18 December R Basant Roi of the Bank of Mauritius said a particular feature of the new building is the wide range of special security provisions.
The governor of the Central Bank of Mauritius said Wednesday 27 September that the bank will move to a new monetary policy framework next month, the first major shift since 1999.