Guide to listing on Bermuda Stock Exchange
The Bermuda Stock Exchange (BSX) continues to attract international recognition. As the world’s largest offshore fully electronic securities market, it offers a diverse range of listing and trading opportunities for both international and domestic issuers of equity, debt, depository receipts, insurance securitisation and derivative warrants.
Internationally recognised as an appealing venue for the listing of hedge funds, fixed-income structures and investment fund structures, the BSX also operates a mezzanine market for early-stage companies. The BSX has a light but effective regulatory environment, which makes it conducive to new and innovative product listings, especially institutional-only securities. The BSX is bound neither by EU Listings Directive nor US Securities Exchange Commission (SEC) regulations.
All in all, the BSX provides a focus offering unique products for the offshore market, thus contributing to its growth and success. The BSX describes itself as committed to meeting and exceeding international securities market standards…
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