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The Mauritian AML/CFT institutional framework is a robust one where various agencies have been established to administer and oversee various areas of the AML/CFT regime. These include investigatory authorities and supervisory authorities amongst others.

The Financial Crimes Commission Act 2023 defines investigatory authorities as the Financial Crime Commission, the Mauritius Police Force, the Maurtius Revenue Authority, the Financial Services Commission or such other authority as may be prescribed, as the case may be.

The FIAMLA also provides powers to supervisory authorities to supervise and enforce compliance by reporting persons. Supervisory Authorities include the FIU, Bank of Mauritius, Financial Services Commission, Registrar of Co-operative Societies, Mauritius Institute of Professional Accountants, Attorney-General, Gambling Regulatory Authority and Registrar of Companies.

Other relevant bodies include the Ministry of Financial Services and Good Governance, National Sanctions Secretariat, Counterterrorism Unit, Registrar of Associations, Registrar of Foundations, Real Estate Agent Authority and Financial Reporting Council.

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