Comsure’s 5th Annual Mauritius Conference [12/13 July] is MQA APPROVED
Comsure and its training partner CLBS are delighted to announce exciting updates for its Mauritian Economic Crime Prevention Conference on the 12th & 13th of July 2023
Comsure and its training partner Centre for Legal and Business Studies (CLBS), are delighted to announce exciting updates for its Comsure Economic Crime Prevention Conference on the 12th & 13th of July 2023
- The event is now MQA APPROVED for 11 CPD Hours – please access the Statement of Approval document here: https://shorturl.at/nux67
- We have chosen the beautiful Le Méridien Hotel, Pointe Aux Piments, which underwent a recent renovation of USD60M!
- We are humbled to have received the sponsorship and support of Dentons Mauritius. Dentons is the largest law firm in the world!
- The updated brochure, which you can access here:- https://shorturl.at/ovKS2
- The pricing is below, and you can also download the booking form here click here:- https://shorturl.at/bLNYZ
See you all soon
Mathew Beale - Chartered FCSI
Principal (Director) - Comsure Compliance Limited, Comsure Technology Limited (the "Comsure Group of Companies")
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