In the wake of banking sector liberalisation in the 1990s, Alain Law Min, head of retail at MCB, tells Parveen Bansal how and why the bank has restructured and how it has improved its business. Established in 1838, Mauritius Commercial Bank (MCB) is one of the oldest banks in the region. The bank’s performance has been driven by strong growth in the economy, which, once highly dependent on sugar, is now well diversified.

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