The mandate of the ECSRC is the protection of investors in securities through the implementation of the provisions of the Securities Act and Regulations made under the Act, as well as the development of a regional securities market in the territories comprising the Eastern Caribbean Currency Union.
The Eastern Caribbean Securities Regulatory Commission (ECSRC) in collaboration with the Eastern Caribbean Securities Exchange (ECSE) will be hosting the 19th Eastern Caribbean Securities Market (ECSM) Certification Programme Workshop and Examination (ECPE) from 3 - 14 September 2018.
The public is hereby notified that effective 3 May 2018, the Eastern Caribbean Securities Regulatory Commission (ECSRC) has revoked the broker-dealer licence (No. TT-BD-0006-11) of RBC Merchant Bank (Caribbean) Limited, as the company has ceased to hold itself out as carrying on the business of a licensed broker-dealer in the Eastern Caribbean Securities Market (ECSM).
The Monetary Council at its 89th Meeting held on 20 October 2017, appointed Mr Isaac Anthony of Saint Lucia to serve as Commissioner to the ECSRC, effective 1 November 2017.
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