of Indian origin both in terms of inflows and outflows through Mauritius," the FSC Chief said.
Breach of 'Indian conditions' can lead to revocation of business license to operate out of Mauritius, Ah-Hen said.
Besides, Mauritius is more than eager to share details with India about persons and companies suspected of financial irregularities and complies to all such requests, except those found to be plain 'fishing expeditions' or involving legal implications, she added.
"All request for information sent by India, not only regarding the securities market but also vis-a-vis banks, are replied to, because India gets top priority for Mauritius," the FSC chief said.
If an entity gets licensed as Mauritius-based Global Business Company and later becomes India-related (that is shareholders are of Indian origin or the investments are routed to India), the Indian conditions and the related undertakings get imposed thereafter.
Ah-Hen said the authorities touch base with Indian authorities like RBI, Sebi and others, as the case may be,whenever it comes across any suspicious information.
"If there is a suspicion, we give India more importance than any other country. And investors (global entities routing their investments through Mauritius) know it because it is all written in conditions for their setting base in Mauritius," she added.
GFM chief Nikhil Treebhoohun also dispelled the perception that Mauritius does not respond to the queries made by India with regard to round-tripping and other irregularities and said all such requests are always complied with.
Treebhoohun said that all the information requests made by India have always been replied, except for a few that are either 'fishing expeditions' or those against the rules of the country.
Mauritius' Board of Investment Assistant Director Harvesh Seegolam said that these replies have always been made in a timely manner.
"This is done in very timely manner. We are among the very first country that has welcomed an Indian tax official. We have an official from Indian tax department based in Mauritius," Seegolam said.