Our Regulations


GoDo is regulated by the Financial Services Commission (FSC) of Mauritius, with an Investment Dealer License number GB20025812. The foremost aim of the FSC is to position Mauritius as a jurisdiction of integrity with a fair balance of regulation and business development. GoDo has been granted an Investment Dealer (Full Service Dealer, excluding Underwriting) Licence pursuant to Section 29 of the Securities Act 2005, Rule 4 of the Securities (Licencing) Rules 2007 and the Financial Services (Consolidated Licencing and Fees) Rules 2008.

GoDo is licensed to offer trading with Forex and CFD products, among other instruments and securities. Forex brokers regulated by the FSC Mauritius are subject to stringent regulatory oversight. This helps ensure that they adhere to high standards of conduct and operate with transparency, providing a level of security for traders.

Investor Protection

FSC-regulated brokers are often required to implement measures to protect the interests of investors.

This may include transparent disclosure of information, fair trading practices, and mechanisms to handle client complaints, enhancing investor confidence.

Risk Mitigation

FSC regulations include risk management requirements for brokers. This can help mitigate risks

associated with forex trading, offering traders a more secure platform for their activities.

Market Integrity

The FSC plays a role in maintaining the integrity of the financial markets in Mauritius. Brokers regulated by the FSC

are expected to prevent market abuse, insider trading, and other fraudulent activities, contributing to a fair and transparent trading environment.


Global Credibility

Trading with a forex broker regulated by a reputable authority like the FSC Mauritius can enhance

the broker’s global credibility. This may be particularly important for traders who prioritize dealing with brokers that adhere to recognized international standards.

Adherence to International

The FSC Mauritius strives to align its regulatory framework with international standards. Brokers regulated

by the FSC are encouraged to stay in tune with global best practices, which can be reassuring for traders who engage in international financial markets.

Stringent Compliance

Brokers under FSC regulation must comply with strict standards and guidelines. This can include financial reporting,

risk management practices, and adherence to anti-money laundering (AML) and know your customer (KYC) regulations, promoting a more robust and compliant operating environment.