About Us

Coprolin – Innovative Financial Instruments

The Coprolin platforms are members of the Mandaris Group with Swiss roots specialised in the innovative structuring of assets. In fact, we were amongst the first to make use of the Maltese platform-type models for funds and securitisation. Coprolin, through its affiliate company is a member of the Gibraltar Stock Exchange (GSX).

Platform for Investment Funds and Securitisation


Coprolin is built from the ground up with partner-sponsored financial instruments at its core. As sponsor you control the choice of underlying assets and define the investment product’s characteristics and name.

Value & Revenue

Our products prove valuable to your customers and increase their loyalty, designed to compliment your financial offerings while generating a lucrative revenue source at a competitive price.

Efficiency & Flexibility

Our platforms allow us to implement new programs quickly and seamlessly, while offering the flexibility to customize programs to your needs.
For more information on our services, please do not hesitate to contact us.

Investment Fund Services

Coprolin Fund Services RICC Ltd. is a Registered Incorporated Cell Company (RICC) recognized by the Malta Financial Services Authority (MFSA) to provide administration services to its hosted collective investment schemes (funds), called “Incorporated Cells” (IC). Each IC enjoys separate legal personality. The RICC model offers a standardised structure for funds, with the service providers already in place, making it one of the most efficient means of starting up or transferring a current fund onto a fund platform. The RICC is regulated by the Companies Act (Recognised Incorporated Cell Companies) Regulations.

Asset Securitisation Services – Turning Illiquid Assets into Marketable Securities

Coprolin SCC p.l.c. is a Securitisation Cell Company (SCC), a company incorporated for the sole object of entering into securitisation transactions. A SCC establishes within itself one or more cells for the purpose of entering into securitisation transactions, a financing process by which an entity transfers illiquid assets or risks to a dedicated securitisation vehicle in exchange for cash equivalent; the securitisation vehicle is thereby financed by the issuance of transferable securities. While a securitisation cell is not a legal person separate from the securitisation cell company, it constitutes by law a separate and ring-fenced patrimony of the SCC. The SCC is regulated by the Securitisation Act and the Securitisation Cell Companies Regulations.