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Shareholding Structure

Our shareholders help AfrAsia Bank create value.

  • The Bank’s anchor shareholder, IBL Ltd, is the largest business group in Mauritius. Comprising over 21,800 people, IBL's team members work passionately to position the Group as leader in the various fields it operates in: Agro, Building & Engineering, Commercial, Finance , Hospitality, Manufacturing & Processing, Logistic and Properties.

    The group is listed on the Stock Exchange of Mauritius since the 14th of July 2016. It also has six companies listed on the Stock Exchange of Mauritius, and two companies listed on the Stock Exchange of Mauritius Sustainability Index.

  • Founded in 1859, National Bank of Canada (NBC) is one of the six systemically important banks in Canada. It is an integrated provider of financial services to retail, commercial, corporate, and institutional clients.

    NBC has more than 21,000 employees and 2.3 million individual clients. Its head office is located in Montreal. Clients in the United States, Europe, and other parts of the world are served through a network of representative offices, subsidiaries, and partnerships. National Bank of Canada is listed on the Toronto Stock Exchange (TSX:NA) and its long-term senior debt is rated A+ by Fitch and A by S&P as at May 11, 2017.

  • Intrasia Capital is a Singapore based investment, development and boutique private equity firm 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 third largest shareholder of the Bank and provides guidance and support to our international expansion.


AfrAsia Bank Limited’s share ownership as at June 2017

Shareholding Structure
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