Pascal Niedermann, CEO of BEX Mauritius Block Exchange, at the newly secured 7th floor company offices on Wall Street in Cyber City
Cyber City (Mauritius), January 30, 2023:
BEX Mauritius Block Exchange announced today that the company will be opening its headquarters on Wall Street, Cyber City, in the Republic of Mauritius in 2023.
BEX Mauritius Block Exchange is scheduled to move into the new BEX headquarters in the second quarter of 2023. Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Pascal Niedermann states: “We are excited to set up our new BEX headquarters in Mauritius, a country that is committed to establishing itself as a digital center in the international capital markets. Our offices on Wall Street in Cyber City will provide our users, investors and issuers with the support they need to navigate BEX Mauritius Block Exchange and the constantly evolving security token market to simply and securely access new investment opportunities and cost-effective means of raising capital.”
BEX Mauritius Block Exchange provides retail users and corporate issuers from around the world with 24/7 direct access to security token trading without intermediaries.
Mauritius is on its way to becoming a digital pioneer for cutting-edge financial technologies. With one of the highest gross domestic product (GDP) per capita in the African continent, Mauritius is among the first countries to adopt a comprehensive legislation on virtual assets and initial token offerings which came into effect last year. Strategically located to act as a gateway between Africa and Asia, Mauritius continues to boost its global competitiveness with its Mauritius Vision 2030, a long-term development plan that includes providing state-of-the-art infrastructure to position the country as a global digital business hub.
In addition to this, BEX Mauritius Block Exchange has announced the latest appointments of its executive team on bex.global/info.
Front of the office building
Wall Street, Cyber City address