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The VFS Group was established in 1995 as an independent network of intermediaries. Since then, we have expanded operations into many countries across the world, with the establishment of VFS International Limited in Mauritius in 2003.
We believe that our clients deserve the comfort and security of knowing that our services are fully regulated by the relevant statutory bodies and that product providers are all major, well-established institutions, specifically chosen for their ability to understand and meet the needs of international investors with success and innovation.
VFS and its advisers will make every endeavour to understand your personal situation in order to tailor-make a solution to meet your specific needs.
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VFS International's Social Responsibilities...


One of the factors that sets VFS International apart from our competitors is that our brokers live and work amongst our clients. As nearly all of us are long-term residents in Africa, we understand the importance of giving something back to the wonderful communities that we live in.



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Issued by J.P. Morgan Asset Management 14 April 2014

European equity markets are not the only beneficiaries of an improving economic outlook in the eurozone. The STOXX 600 may be one of the best performing indices so far this year, but the corporate bond market has also shown signs of improvement, with credit rating upgrades for European companies exceeding downgrades for the first time in six years in the first quarter of 2014...

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