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JACKPOT LTD v GAMBLING REGULATORY AUTHORITY 2017 SCJ 119 Record No. 113666 THE SUPREME COURT OF MAURITIUS In the matter of: Jackpot Ltd Applicant V Gambling Regulatory Authority Respondent-JUDGMENT This is an application for conditional leave to appeal to the Judicial Committee against a. Jacpot v Gambling Regulatory Authority 2018 UKPC 16 – Privy Council. The decision of the Privy Council is important as it lays down the principles underpinning applications from Mauritius before this jurisdiction. In particular this decision has a particular focus on applications by way of ‘special leave’.

Effective cross-border supervision through exchange of information
Effective cooperation and exchange of information as well as robust working relationship between regulators are key to preserving financial stability. The FSC has signed several Memoranda of Understanding (MoUs) with local, regional and international counterparts aiming at:

  • consolidating supervision of cross-border operations of financial institutions;
  • defining mechanisms to share information in accordance with international standards; and
  • reinforcing collaboration amongst institutions in the fight against crime, Money Laundering and Financing of Terrorism.
  • The FSC is also committed to adhering to international best practices on transparency and disclosure of information.
Date of Signature
1. International Association of Insurance Supervisors (IAIS)
2. International Organization of Securities Commissions (IOSCO)
3. Southern African Development Community Committee of Insurance, Securities and Non-banking Financial Authorities (SADC CISNA)
4. Group of International Finance Centre Supervisors (GIFCS)
Date of Signature
18 September 2013
13 May 2005

MoUs (relating to the supervision of AIFMD entities) with European Union (EU) Member States Securities Regulators

Country
Belgium
Bulgaria
Cyprus
Czech Republic
Denmark
Estonia
Greece
Hungary
Ireland
Latvia
Lithuania

Gambling Regulatory Authority Mauritius Vacancies 2017

12. Commission de Surveillance du Secteur Financier
22 July 2013
Malta
The Netherlands
Poland
Portugal
Romania
Slovak Republic
Sweden
United Kingdom
France

MoUs (relating to the supervision of AIFMD entities) with European Economic Area (EEA) Securities Regulators

Country
Iceland
Liechtenstein
Norway


MoUs (relating to the supervision of AIFMD entities) with Other Securities Regulators

Country
Gibraltar


MoUs with Foreign Authorities

Country
India
South Africa
Malta
3a. Amendment to the MoU between the FSC and the Financial Services Authority, Malta for cooperation in Fintech related activities
15 March 2019
Zambia
Tanzania
6. Namibia Financial Institutions Supervisory Authority
01 April 2004
Uganda
Zambia
Isle of Man
Malawi
Lesotho
Jersey
Guernsey
Labuan
Kenya
16. Non-Bank Financial Institutions Regulatory Authority
19 April 2012
Nigeria
18. Cyprus Securities and Exchange Commission (CySEC)
04 September 2012
Maldives
Angola
India
Dubai
Seychelles
Swaziland
Tanzania
Abu Dhabi
United Kingdom
Russia
Uganda
Ghana
Lebanon
32. Commission de Surveillance du Secteur Financier
28 January 2020
33. Australian Prudential Regulation Authority (APRA)
27 February 2020


MoUs with Foreign Institutions

Country
India


Fintech Cooperation Agreement

Country
France


Letter of cooperation in technical exchange

Country
France


Bilateral MOUs with Local Authorities

Date of Signature
05 December 2002
18 June 2004
03 June 2010
11 November 2011
10 April 2012

Gambling Regulatory Authority Mauritius

09 February 2012
01 December 2016
07 August 2017


Tripartite MoUs with Local Authorities

Date of Signature
1. Bank of Mauritius and Financial Intelligence Unit
2. Independent Commission Against Corruption and Financial Intelligence Unit
3. Bank of Mauritius and Economic Development Board


Memorandum of Cooperation with Local Authorities

Date of Signature
Attorney General’s Office, Bank of Mauritius, Financial Intelligence Unit, Registrar of Companies, Gambling Regulatory Authority, Registrar of Associations and Mauritius Institute of Professional Accountants

Effective cross-border supervision through exchange of information
Effective cooperation and exchange of information as well as robust working relationship between regulators are key to preserving financial stability. The FSC has signed several Memoranda of Understanding (MoUs) with local, regional and international counterparts aiming at:

  • consolidating supervision of cross-border operations of financial institutions;
  • defining mechanisms to share information in accordance with international standards; and
  • reinforcing collaboration amongst institutions in the fight against crime, Money Laundering and Financing of Terrorism.
  • The FSC is also committed to adhering to international best practices on transparency and disclosure of information.
Date of Signature
1. International Association of Insurance Supervisors (IAIS)
2. International Organization of Securities Commissions (IOSCO)
3. Southern African Development Community Committee of Insurance, Securities and Non-banking Financial Authorities (SADC CISNA)
4. Group of International Finance Centre Supervisors (GIFCS)
Date of Signature
18 September 2013
13 May 2005

MoUs (relating to the supervision of AIFMD entities) with European Union (EU) Member States Securities Regulators

Country
Belgium
Bulgaria
Cyprus
Czech Republic
Denmark
Estonia
Greece
Gambling regulatory authority mauritius website
Hungary
Ireland
Latvia
Lithuania
12. Commission de Surveillance du Secteur Financier
22 July 2013
Malta
The Netherlands
Poland
Portugal
Romania
Slovak Republic
Sweden
United Kingdom
France

MoUs (relating to the supervision of AIFMD entities) with European Economic Area (EEA) Securities Regulators

Country
Iceland
Liechtenstein
Norway


MoUs (relating to the supervision of AIFMD entities) with Other Securities Regulators

Country
Gibraltar


MoUs with Foreign Authorities

Country
India
South Africa
Malta
3a. Amendment to the MoU between the FSC and the Financial Services Authority, Malta for cooperation in Fintech related activities
15 March 2019
Zambia
Tanzania
6. Namibia Financial Institutions Supervisory Authority
01 April 2004
Uganda
Zambia
Isle of Man
Malawi
Lesotho
Jersey
Guernsey
Labuan
Kenya
16. Non-Bank Financial Institutions Regulatory Authority
19 April 2012
Nigeria
18. Cyprus Securities and Exchange Commission (CySEC)
04 September 2012
Maldives
Angola
India
Dubai
Seychelles
Swaziland
Tanzania
Abu Dhabi
United Kingdom
Russia
Uganda
Ghana

Gambling Regulatory Authority Mauritius Website

Lebanon
32. Commission de Surveillance du Secteur Financier
28 January 2020
33. Australian Prudential Regulation Authority (APRA)
27 February 2020


MoUs with Foreign Institutions

Country

Gambling Regulatory Authority In Mauritius

India


Fintech Cooperation Agreement

Country
France


Letter of cooperation in technical exchange

Country
France


Bilateral MOUs with Local Authorities

Date of Signature
05 December 2002
18 June 2004
03 June 2010
11 November 2011
10 April 2012
09 February 2012
01 December 2016
07 August 2017


Tripartite MoUs with Local Authorities

Gambling Regulatory Authority Mauritius

Gambling Regulatory Authority Mauritius

Date of Signature
1. Bank of Mauritius and Financial Intelligence Unit
2. Independent Commission Against Corruption and Financial Intelligence Unit

Gambling Regulatory Authority Act Mauritius

3. Bank of Mauritius and Economic Development Board


Memorandum of Cooperation with Local Authorities

Date of Signature

Mauritius Gambling Regulatory Authority Act 2007

Attorney General’s Office, Bank of Mauritius, Financial Intelligence Unit, Registrar of Companies, Gambling Regulatory Authority, Registrar of Associations and Mauritius Institute of Professional Accountants