Cayman Islands Stock Exchange: listing of corporate and sovereign debt securities
The Cayman Islands Stock Exchange (CSX) is a leading offshore exchange for the listing of specialist debt securities, Eurobonds and insurance- and risk-related securities. The CSX offers an efficient and prompt listing service (with guaranteed turnaround times on documents); user-friendly rules and a pragmatic approach; and competitive pricing (initial listing fee of $2,500 or £1,540 for a standalone issue with an annual fee of $2,500).
The CSX is a recognised stock exchange for the purposes of HM Revenue & Customs, a member of the Intermarket Surveillance Group and an affiliate member of the International Organisation of Securities Commissions.
The CSX commenced operations in 1997 under The Cayman Islands Stock Exchange Company Law 1996 with primary functions as a specialist exchange in listing specialist debt, equity securities, offshore funds, Eurobonds, derivative warrants and depositary receipts…
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