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Financial Secretary Dev Manraj Departs, Leaving Legacy of 45 Years



Financial Secretary Dev Manraj Departs, Leaving Legacy of 45 Years
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Dev Manraj, the Financial Secretary of Mauritius, passed away on Monday, June 17th, at the age of 75, due to illness. Born on March 30, 1949, Manraj held various positions within the Ministry of Finance throughout his career, rising from Senior Accountant to Financial Secretary in 1990.

Manraj, G.O.S.K., held a Master’s degree in International Management from the International Institute for Management Development (IMD) in Lausanne, Switzerland.

He was also a member of the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (FCCA).

According to the government’s website, Manraj has extensive experience primarily gained in the public and semi-government sectors in Mauritius. Between 1974 and 1998, he occupied various positions within the Ministry of Finance.

He has also held the presidency of several prominent organizations, including the State Bank of Mauritius (SBM), State Insurance Corporation of Mauritius Ltd (SICOM), Mauritius Offshore Business Activities Authority (MOBAA), Airport Development Corporation Ltd (ADCO), Airports of Mauritius Co. Ltd (AML), and Business Parks of Mauritius Ltd (BPML).

Manraj played an active role in many major projects in Mauritius, including the Ebène Cyber City project.

He contributed to the establishment of the Financial Services Commission, State Investment Corporation, Economic Development Board (EDB), and Metro Express Ltd (MEL), among others.

Until recently, Manraj served as the President of Air Mauritius and a board member of Mauritius Telecom Ltd, Economic Development Board, and Metro Express Ltd.

He was also a board member of Airports Terminal Operations Ltd (ATOL), among others.

Throughout his career, Manraj has been instrumental in shaping the financial landscape of Mauritius, leaving behind a legacy that will be remembered.

Source: Defi Media

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