The Union of the Comoros is a Federation of four independent autonomous islands in the Comoros: Mwali (Mohéli), Maoré (Mayotee), Ndzuwani (Anjouan), N'gazidja (Grande Comore).
After the independency and autonomy from the previous Republic in 1998, Government of Mohéli adopt a new and modern legislation for incorporation of companies, including regulated financial entities and gaming casinos. This pioneering legislation was know as Mwali services Law 1998, was amendment on 2001.
Each of the four islands (according to the Constitution of Comoros Union) has total freedom and autonomy in the Union, including having their own constitutions (or Fundamental Law), President or Governor, and Parliament. Article 7 states that: «each island shall administer and manage its affairs freely.»
In spite of some attempts at interference over the years, Mwali enjoys its own financial sector which is not regulated by Central Bank of Comoros. Mohéli has its own internal legislation on the control and management of the Offshore Financial sector since 1998.
As further Constitutional support from the Union of the Comoros for the independent Companies Registry, Banking, Trading and Gaming, the Comoros Constitution states that «organization of administrative, commercial or industrial entities and units» and «fairs and markets» shall fall within the jurisdiction of each autonomous island.
Further articles 36-38 of the Constitution of Mwali speak in more detail to the public and private patrimony of the island, of which the M.I.S.A. forms a part, and the capacities of promotion and regulation of the private investment. Finally, the transitory provision in Article 63 confirms the continued authority of the Mwali International Services Authority institution that existed by law prior to the adoption of the Constitution, having been created by Assembly degree at September 1999, and until today, is only Authority for the autonomous territory of Mohéli (Mwali), responsible for Financial services and licensing.
In 2013 government adopted amendments to the law relating to the licensing of banking and other activities. In 2019 government adopted new regulations regarding virtual currencies.
At the moment, by M.I.S.A. was registered over 12000 companies on Mwali, including 53 Banking, 37 Insurance, 30 Trust and Brokerage entities and 13 Betting (Gambling) companies. At the moment, Mwali register is the larges international companies register in Africa. IBC companies are registered on-line same date or max to 24 hours.
«Over the past 21 years, we are proud to have built a respected financial and banking centre, high regulated and supervised, fully integrated to the International financial and business community»