Mauritius: Mathieu Mandeng - "One way to fight corruption is to run a cashless economy"

21 November 2018

He took on the commitment to answer candidly.

Yes, the MBA has been silent on the communication front but things are about to change with the revamping of the association in the interest of the banking industry, states Mathieu Mandeng, the Vice Chairman, Mauritius Bankers Association. Embezzlement and corruption, he points out, are feasible in cash transactions as that there is no easy trace.

If you foster electronic payment, you foresee the traceability of transactions and corruption will be reduced. The interview of Mathieu Mandeng features on the cover of Business Magazine this week, an issue accompanied by not one but two supplements: Lifestyle and Immobilier & Construction.

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