“FSA” replaces “SIBA” in Seychelles

June 23, 2014 - by Nida U.

SIBA logo

Some of you probably already noticed that SIBA now has a different website.

These changes are due to the Financial Services Authority Act 2013 and effective form March the 1st 2014, when the “SIBA” (Seychelles International Business Authority) was replaced by the “FSA” the Financial Services Authority.

FSA logo

Meet the new “FSA”, and feel free to explore their new website is:

“FSA” is responsible for the licensing, supervision and development of the non-bank financial services industry of the Seychelles, also responsible for the registration of International Business Companies, Foundations, Limited Partnerships and International Trusts in the Seychelles.


To safeguard the interest of the Seychelles non-bank financial services sector, through the establishment of a sound and ethical regulatory environment.


  • To uphold the good repute of the Seychelles through good governance and sound regulatory systems.
  • To promote capacity building, innovation and efficiency of services within the non-bank financial services sector.
  • Ensuring compliance with international regulatory norms and best practices.


  • Vigilance
  • Integrity
  • Professionalism

Thank you for reading my post! And you are welcome to leave comments, feedback, suggestions for other posts or contact me for more information.
Nida U.

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