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Following the merger of GML Investissement and Ireland Blyth Limited, two leading companies in Mauritius and in the Indian Ocean, IBL Ltd is the largest business groups in terms of revenue. IBL Ltd employs more than 13,000 highly skilled people working passionately with determination everyday to position the Group as leader in the various industries of the economy it operates in such as: Agro, Commercial, Building & Engineering, Industrial, Innovation, Logistics, Financial Services, Properties and Hospitality.


Recognised for its good governance practices, its selected partners of choice and its specific expertise in the different sectors where it is present, IBL aims at becoming the best employer in the country, a reference in terms of sustainable development and a major player in the social field.

 

BNC


Founded in 1859, National Bank of Canada, the sixth largest bank in Canada, is an integrated provider of financial services to retail, commercial, corporate and institutional clients. Its head office is located in Montreal and its securities are listed on the Toronto Stock Exchange (TSX: NA). It has some 20,000 employees and 2.4 million clients and offers a complete range of services, including banking and investment solutions, securities brokerage, insurance and wealth management. Clients in the United States, Europe and other parts of the world are served through a network of representative offices, subsidiaries and partnerships. The bank is rated 'A+' by Fitch and 'A' by S&P.

 

Intrasia
Intrasia Capital is an investment, development and boutique private equity firm based in Singapore with additional offices in Mauritius and Australia. Intrasia Capital is primarily focused on investing in and developing high growth international public and private companies in the energy and resources, real estate, financial services and agricultural sectors. The Company is the second largest shareholder of the Bank and provides guidance and support to our international expansion.