Attracting talent - Join Us for a rewarding career

We believe that our success as an effective regulator and supervisor of the non-banking financial services sector fundamentally depends on the quality of our human capital. Having the right mix of highly qualified and experienced people possessing the right knowledge, skills and attitude is critical to ensure that we meet our statutory objectives in an effective and efficient manner, whilst contributing to the development of the financial services sector.

Capacity Building ranks high on our agenda and as an employer of choice we have created a conducive environment with lots of opportunities for our people to learn, grow and continuously add value to the FSC. Attracting and retaining top talent is one of our main priorities. We rely on our people - their talent, enthusiasm, engagement, and commitment to maintain the good repute of the Mauritius International Financial Centre.

Being a knowledge-based organisation, we are totally committed to investing in the continuous learning and development of our people in order to unleash their potential.

In addition, core competencies such as the pursuit of excellence, innovation, creativity, and good communication skills are valued.

Professionals

The FSC seeks to employ experienced individuals who have a track record of high quality work in the financial sector. We welcome talent from diverse backgrounds, such as law, accountancy, insurance, pensions, securities, human resources, strategic planning, policy formulation, information technology amongst others.

Young Graduates

The FSC welcomes a pool of ambitious and talented young graduates with little or no working experience as Trainees under its Young Graduate Development Programme. This one-year, non renewable training contract has been especially designed using a mix of both practical and hands-on experience as well as structured training sessions to enable the trainees to gain sound knowledge of the Commission's functions and a unique overview of the financial services industry.

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Update on Recruitment of Senior Level Positions

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Chief Executive
Financial Services Commission,
FSC House,
54 Cybercity Ebene,
Mauritius