Nansha Bholah is a Compliance Specialist with over 17 years of experience in the Banking sector. She is also a certified trainer, awarded by the CPDUK, through The Mandatory Training Group. She also conducts training to corporates, in the operational monitoring of transactions subject to Anti Money Laundering and Counter Financing of Terrorism, in the financial sector of Mauritius.
She is a member of The Comité Anti Corruption (a sub-committee of the Independent Commission Against Corruption Mauritius) since 2020. She actively participates and provides her input in the brainstorming sessions, workshops, and committees, in the fight against corruption.
Nansha holds an award certification, with distinction, for a course on Education for Justice (E4J) by the Centre for Law in Action (FishFORCE) at the Nelson Mandela University sponsored by the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC). She is presently in the final semester of her LLB (Hons) at the Open University of Mauritius.
In her attempt to better understand the hurdles encountered by women, Nansha launched a pilot entrepreneurship project: NB Homemade Crafts, which measures the level of support, difficulties, and openings granted to women in the scope of being self-sufficient and independent.
Nansha has submitted a paper to the Centre of Human Rights, of the University of Pretoria, which has been accepted for presentation to the Conference on the Decriminalisation of same-sex laws and the Eradication of conversion practices in November 2022.
Top goals as a WIFIN Fellow:
To contribute, grow and impact Women in Finance and Investment in Mauritius, Africa and beyond
To broaden networking opportunities across chapters and industries
To grow and develop further leadership, mentoring, and coaching skills
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