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The Channel Islands Securities Exchange Limited (CISE) has today announced two changes to the board of directors.
Stephen Lansdown will step down from the board with effect from the Annual General Meeting in June to focus on his other significant business interests while Isle of Man-based Anderson Whamond has joined the board today.
The Channel Islands Securities Exchange (CISE) has today announced plans to rebrand as The International Stock Exchange (TISE) from early March.
The Exchange, which is headquartered in Guernsey and opened an office in Jersey at the start of 2015, will also launch a presence in the Isle of Man during next month.
The Channel Islands Securities Exchange (CISE) has promoted two members of staff with effect from 1 January.
Mark Oliphant is now Head of Communications and Cameron Craine has been promoted to Manager within the listings admissions team.
There were 502 new listings on the Channel Islands Securities Exchange (CISE) during 2016.
This represents an 18.7% increase on the previous year and took the total number of listings on the Exchange to 2,272 at the end of December.
Global Advisors Investment Fund plc (GABI) has today been admitted to the Official List of the Channel Islands Securities Exchange (CISE) to become the first regulated bitcoin fund to be listed on any exchange globally. The CISE has approved the admission to listing of all of the redeemable participating no par value shares of the open ended fund, which is managed by Global Advisors (Jersey) Limited (Global Advisors).
The Bermuda Stock Exchange (BSX) and the Channel Islands Securities Exchange (CISE) have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to explore the opportunities offered by working closer together. The exchanges have now agreed to look at areas for cooperation across both the commercial and regulatory aspects of their businesses.
Fiona Le Poidevin looks at how asset management groups tackling AIFMD and BEPS initiatives should consider how a CISE listing adds substance and creates value. This article was originally published on the Global Fund Media network.
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.