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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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Expecting the unexpected.


The one thing we can all be sure about in politics is you are as well to expect the unexpected.” - Charles Kennedy

When Mi chael Gov e, co-con venor of Vote Lea ve, was w oken in t he small hours by his wife to be informed that the UK had voted to leave the EU, he apparently said “Gosh. I suppose I had better get up”. Indeed he did. To say the result was unexpected is as understated as his waking words. The last bookies odds on 23rd June put the odds on leaving at 6/1 which was double the odds the day before. Remain looked nailed on at 1/10 which, to put it in perspective was the same odds as England were to beat Iceland for a place in the Euro 2016 quarter final three days later...

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US GDP growth misses forecasts despite spending surge

The US economy grew at an annual pace of 1.2% in the second quarter, far below expectations of 2.6%, but consumer spending rose at its fastest pace since 2014

Hinkley Point nuclear plant delay 'bonkers' says union

The government's surprise announcement to delay a final decision on Hinkley Point has been described as "bonkers" by the GMB union and "chaos" by Labour.

Driving a Crossrail train

The BBC's Transport correspondent Richard Westcott gets to drive one of London's new Crossrail trains.

Anglo Irish Bank: Former executives jailed over fraud

Three former bank executives in the Republic of Ireland are jailed for their part in a 7.2bn euro (£6bn) conspiracy.

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