Jean-Vincent graduated from Wolverhampton University with an LLB (Honours), and completed the Bar Vocational Course at Northumbria University, England in 2006. He was admitted to the Bar of England and Wales at the Honourable Society of Gray’s Inn in July 2006 and was subsequently admitted to the Bar of Mauritius in January 2008.
He started his professional career, in January 2007, in one of the leading law firm in Mauritius where he was an associate member in the corporate and commercial practice. During that time, he was involved in several transactions for financial institutions, private equity and hedge fund clients.
In 2010, Jean-Vincent joined one of the world leading corporation in the research and mining industry in Africa as group legal advisor. He was actively involved with setting up various corporate vehicles and funds in Mauritius that drove multi-million dollars investment in the mining sector of African jurisdictions like Mali, Rwanda, Mauritania and Senegal to name a few.
In addition to practicing all facets of Mauritius corporate and commercial law, Jean-Vincent also handles many facets of civil litigation. He also has extensive knowledge in cases relating to employment and family law.
Jean-Vincent’s work involves the drafting of various legal documents and also providing of legal opinion to corporate financing and acquisition of corporate structure and conducting various legal due diligence for foreign and local clients. He is also well versed in the registration of trademarks and logos, the application of work, residence or investors permit. Jean-Vincent is regularly solicited by individual investors and retired citizens desirous to settle in Mauritius.
"He is also well versed in the registration of trademarks and logos, the application of work, residence or investors permit. Jean-Vincent is regularly solicited by individual investors and retired citizens desirous to settle in Mauritius."