Guide to listing on Trop-X
The first Seychelles Securities Exchange was launched at the end of November 2012 and will provide facilities for the listing and trading of securities issued by companies and investment entities. The exchange has published guidance on the listing process and continuing requirements of the exchange and this Guide is a brief summary of those requirements.
Seychelles is a truly offshore financial centre. Located in the Indian Ocean, the island is ideally situated between the major trading and manufacturing channels of Asia, Europe and Africa, allowing Seychelles to offer a unique platform for investment into these key global areas.
This is the first edition of the Guide which we have produced for the information of our clients and professional colleagues and follows on from the Appleby eAlert published in August 2012. It is recognised that this Guide will not completely answer the detailed questions clients may have but provides a brief introduction to the Seychelles’ regulatory environment in relation to listing on the Seychelles Securities Exchange. It is designed as a starting point for a more detailed and comprehensive discussion of the issues involved…
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