Olive Crowd is a trademark of Crowd Invest Ltd, the first fintech company specialised in equity crowdfunding licensed in Mauritius under a Regulatory Sandbox Licence issued by the Economic Development Board. Crowd Invest Ltd was incorporated on 25th August 2017 as a Mauritius private company limited by shares and with Business Registration Number (BRN) C17149774.
Equity crowdfunding is the process whereby people (i.e. the ‘crowd’) invest in an early-stage unlisted company (a company that is not listed on a stock market) in exchange for shares in that company. A shareholder has partial ownership of the company and stands to profit should the company do well. The opposite is also true, so if the company fails investors can lose some, or all, of their investment.
Our mission is to promote financial inclusion and provide companies with an innovative financing instrument and investors with a way to diversify their savings with the aim of contributing to economic, social and environmental development in the markets in which we operate.
Meet the team
Co-founder & Chief Executive Officer
Dhitoimaraini has worked for some of Europe's leading banking groups such as Société Générale, BNP Paribas and HSBC France as a Business Analyst. He has also worked for the French Ministry of Education as Professor of Economics.
Co-founder, Chief Investment Officer
Osman has over 20 years’ experience in auditing, M&A, corporate recovery and global business. He was previously the Managing Director of Harel Mallac Global Ltd, CEO and founder of Baines Trusts and Corporate Services Ltd, a corporate service provider licensed by the Mauritius FSC.
Co-founder, Chief Technology Officer
Imam held a position of Engineer in integration and operation of Unified Communications solutions on the Cloud at SFR Busines in Paris, successively to a position of Operations Technician for network infrastructures, security and ToIP at Telindus France. he is also Managing Director of Yestrade & Consultancy
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