Privacy Policy

Privacy Policy

Please note that this Privacy Policy and Statement will be subject to regular review and updated as required.

Rubicon Investment Mangers acknowledges and takes seriously its obligations under the applicable laws and regulations of International Financial Community pertaining to information and privacy issues.

Collection and Storage of Personal Information

In the course of our business, personal information such as names, addresses, may be collected and held, for use in fulfilling the primary purposes intended. Information retained on our database is also used to inform stakeholders and customers of relevant developments in procedures or products which we believe is either necessary or will assist in the use of the product or service we offer. Unless we are informed otherwise, we will continue to use the information collected in this manner. Accuracy of information is important to us and changes or corrections to information held will be welcomed at any time.

Normally we collect information from the persons concerned and they are under no obligation to provide it. Most personal information is stored in-house. In some cases, such as certain web-based services that are contracted out, necessary contractual measures are taken to protect this information. All reasonable steps are taken to protect the security of the personal information held, be it stored in electronic or hard copy form. Access is available to the person whose information is held, subject to the payment of reasonable expenses incurred in extracting such information. Access to personal information can be arranged by contacting:

Address: 365 Royal Road, Rose Hill, Mauritius
Tel: +230 454 2110
Email: [email protected]

Privacy Statement

All documentation, whether electronic or printed, generated by or on behalf of the company from which personal information may be collected as a part of the transaction process the primary purpose of which is to provide information, will carry the following statement concerning privacy

Your Privacy

Rubicon Investment Mangers respects stakeholders' privacy at all times. When processing your enquiry we collect personal information about you for the primary purpose of providing you with a high level of customer service.

Use of your information

The information you provide on the Rubicon Investment Managers website, may be held and used by Rubicon Investment Managers for sending information to you about our products and services from time to time.

Disclosure of your information

We may disclose your information to other companies in Rubicon Investment Managers, including their respective partners, agents and sub-contractors, for any of the above purposes. In addition, we may disclose your information as may be required by law, regulation or legal proceedings.

Opt Out / Unsubscribe

We need your consent to send you promotional materials. If you consent to this you will be notified of new products through e-mail. Should you not wish to avail yourself of this service, you can exercise this right by sending an email to [email protected], with a subject of OPT-OUT/UNSUBSCRIBE. If you wish to update the information you have provided to us, you may do so by completing the “Subscribe to our mailing list” on our website with your correct details.

About Cookies

When you visit our website, we place a text file called a "cookie" in the browser directory of your computer's hard drive. A cookie is a small piece of information that a website can store on your web browser and later retrieve. The cookie cannot be read by any website other than the one that set up the cookie. Cookies enable this website to recognise the information you have consented to give to this website, and help us determine what portions of this website are most appropriate for your professional needs.

As a result, cookies will allow you to retrieve previous image search results. We do NOT use cookies to examine your surfing behaviour before or after leaving the Rubicon Investment Managers website.

If at any time you believe that Rubicon Investment Managers has not followed the above policy, or if you would like your information to be removed from our system, please e-mail [email protected] We will make reasonable efforts to identify and correct any problem.


Rubicon Investment Mangers adheres to the principles of permission marketing and does not knowingly send out messages to databases where customers have not willingly agreed to receive those messages. Should Rubicon Investment Managers be informed that a database has been acquired for the use of spam; the contract with that client will be terminated immediately. This policy has been put in place to protect the user from unsolicited email.

Copyright and trademark information

Rubicon Investment Managers reserves all intellectual property rights in respect of any content on the Website.

Regulatory Framework and Taxation

The enabling legislation that governs the Global Business sector are:

  • Companies Act 2001
  • Financial Services Act 2007
  • Trusts Act 2001
  • Securities Act 2005
  • FSC Rules, Codes and Circulars

The Income Tax Act 1995 govern the taxation of companies and individuals.

Mauritius has been at the forefront of the fight against corruption, terrorism and money-laundering activities. In line with this policy, Mauritius introduced since 2002 legislation such as

  • the Financial Intelligence and Anti-Money Laundering Act 2002
  • the Prevention of Corruption Act 2002
  • the Prevention of terrorism Act 2002.


Confidentiality provisions are enshrined in the Mauritian civil and banking codes and the Financial Services Act 2007 which governs global business in Mauritius. The Companies Act restrict public inspection of the statutory records filed with the Registrar of Companies to well identified circumstances and parties related to the companies.

There is a legal requirement for all supervisory and regulatory authorities to maintain complete confidentiality of any information disclosed by global business entities. Only the Financial Intelligence and Anti-money Laundering Act 2002 or The Prevention of Corruption Act 2002 or a Protocol for the exchange of information with other regulatory bodies to disclose specific information, for supervisory purposes only may lift this confidentiality requirement.

It is to be noted that Mauritius guarantees full confidentiality for all legitimate circumstances but has no policy to maintain indiscriminate or unilateral opaqueness or secrecy for the sake of doing so or to attract business that thrive on such considerations.