Channel Islands Stock Exchange update
The Channel Islands Stock Exchange (CISX) has clarified how to approach dealings with the CISX in the period prior to its proposed restructure.
The CISX announced on 14 October that it intended to undertake a reorganisation to simplify and modernise its structure, although details of the restructure have not yet been provided. Our understanding is that the relevant stakeholders, including the Guernsey Financial Services Commission (which is the regulator of the CISX), are working to assist with the restructure and that steps will be taken to maintain the CISX’s current international recognitions and designations.
The CISX has now issued an operational statement that provides guidance as to the types of listing applications the CISX will accept for consideration…
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