Nina has over 20 years’ experience working in the Global Business sector, part of which was spent at PricewaterhouseCoopers in Mauritius. She also worked for 2 years in the banking sector heading the operations department of a financial institution. An executive of Ocorian since June 2008, Nina has been leading the firm’s operations in the Middle‐East for the past 9 years. Nina also serves as director on the board of several multinationals in the UAE. She is bilingual in English and French.
Associate Member of the Institute of Chartered Secretaries and Administrators (UK)
The inaugural Mumbai event will be held on 15th February at the St Regis Hotel, with both Nina Auchoybur and Leevyn Isabel attending for Ocorian.
Wealthy families in the UAE now have local solutions for managing their wealth, assets and succession plans.
It will soon be possible to license and promote a domestic fund that is regulated under one jurisdiction, across the UAE. Kathryn Miller explores the benefits...
In another move to augment Dubai as a financial centre of choice, it has revealed plans to triple the size of the existing Dubai International Finance Centre (DIFC) free zone and allocate a record budget for expenditures.
Ocorian is now regulated by the DFSA (Category 4 licence) to provide a full range of fund administration and accounting support services for domestic funds in UAE.
In a bid to engineer a more attractive investment environment, the UAE Cabinet has approved a long-term visa system for a range of disciplines including investors and entrepreneurs and has provided the criteria that need to be met for in order to qualify.
In a further expansion of its Middle East offering, Ocorian is now licensed in the Abu Dhabi General Market (ADGM) to deliver a full suite of corporate services, management consultancy, accounting and tax consultancy services.
It is now increasingly easier and affordable to own real estate within the Emirate of Dubai...
The Decree Law no.19 of 2018 (or FDI Law) will change the business landscape within the UAE, catalysing Foreign Direct Ownership (FDI) within the country.
In March 2018 the Dubai International Financial Centre (DIFC) introduced the Foundations Law DIFC Law No. 3 of 2018, for the establishment of foundations in the DIFC.
Following the release of World Bank's Doing Business Report 2019, both Mauritius and the UAE have risen to 20th and 11th respectively in the 'Ease of doing business' global rankings.
As a result of it being a federal requirement to have at least 51% of the shares of a company held by a UAE national, free zones were established in order to attract foreign businesses to the region wishing to have full control of their business.