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The EU’s Market Abuse Regulation (MAR) came into effect from 3 July 2016 in a bid to harmonise regulation and therefore address concerns of market distortion. MAR has put in place a raft of obligations in relation to inside information, insider dealing and market abuse for securities admitted to trading on any facility in the EU.
With a business established in 1998, the CISE provides a responsive and innovative listing facility for international companies to raise capital from investors based around the globe.
The Channel Islands Securities Exchange (CISE) has revised its membership rules so that firms from a wider range of jurisdictions can act as sponsors to listings on the Exchange.
There were 229 new listings on the Channel Islands Securities Exchange (CISE) during the first half of 2016.
This is a rise of 13% on the same period last year and took the number of listed securities on the Official List to 2,222 at the end of June 2016.
The Channel Islands Securities Exchange (CISE) has updated its listing rules to ensure that it is able to cater for the widest range of investment business. Chapter 7 of the Exchange’s listing rules has until now been dedicated to investment funds but going forward it will be titled ‘investment vehicles’.
This article was published in Corporate Livewire, Offshore Excellence Awards 2016 where the CISE was named Most Outstanding Independent Stock Exchange.
Fiona Le Poidevin looks at recent listings growth, new developments and plans for the future.
The Channel Islands Securities Exchange (CISE) is looking to capitalise on a renewed interest in Islamic finance listings. The Exchange is already home to a number of debt securities and investment vehicles which are Islamic finance structures.
The Channel Islands Securities Exchange Authority Limited (CISEA) has further strengthened its Board with the promotion of two senior executives. Robbie Andrade and Jon Richards have both been made Directors of the company with effect from 1 July. They join Mark Tubby, Chairman, and Advocate Diana Thompson, CEO, on the Board of CISEA.