Bank of Mauritius chief calls for curb on ‘fishy’ banks

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The governor of the Bank of Mauritius, Rundheersing Bheenick, has set out priorities for reform to the banking sector, including improved corporate governance, and a separation of domestic and international functions.

Speaking at a dinner on December 6, Bheenick said some banks in Mauritius needed reform. "We do have very fishy banks in Mauritius – and large ones too," he said. The governor said the banks were some of the most profitable businesses in the country, adding he hoped they would

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