Africa Financial Sector Responses to COVID-19 - Mauritius

Jul 28, 2020

This page presents measures and initiatives by the government of Mauritius, national central bank and Development Finance Institutions (DFIs) in support of a resilient domestic financial sector facing the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Financing volume


Monetary Policy

Bank of Mauritius

USD 129,8 million

(March 25, 2020) The central bank injected liquidity equivalent to more than Rs. 5 billion (USD 129.8 million) as financial aid to the sectors most affected by the pandemic.

Regulatory and Monetary Policy measures

Bank of Mauritius

USD 130 million

 (March 13, 2020) The central bank has taken a series of measures including:
* The reduction of the liquidity reserve ratio from 9% to 8%; 
* A recommendation to banks to suspend principal repayments on corporate loans; 
* Relaxing regulatory guidelines on the treatment of bad debts.


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