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.
At its 75th Meeting held on 26 November 2019, the Commission unanimously agreed to adopt administrative procedures for the notification of changes in material information contained in approved prospectuses. Material information, as defined in the revised Securities (Accounting and Financial Reports) Rules that were reissued to the market in June 2019, is “information relating to the business, operations or securities of an issuer that would reasonably be expected to significantly affect the value or market price of the issuer or a security of the issuer.”
The International Forum for Investor Education (IFIE) Caribbean Working Group in partnership with the International Organisation of Securities Commissions (IOSCO) launches its annual World Investor Week (WIW) 2019 to raise awareness about the importance of investor education and protection ... Let us do our part to protect our financial markets.
The ECSRC in fulfilling its mandate to protect investors and to promote a fair, efficient and transparent securities market, is proposing to issue new Rules to the market. These new Rules, the “Eastern Caribbean Securities Market (ECSM) Corporate Governance Rules” (the Rules) will provide...
Globally, virtual currencies are becoming increasingly popular as a means to conduct traditional business in the financial and capital markets. These transactions also include invitations to the public to invest in these virtual currencies or to participate in funding activities including Initial Coin Offerings (ICOs) or other Token Generating Events.
In keeping with its mandate to promote a fair, efficient and transparent securities market, the ECSRC has developed a revised policy for the electronic delivery of documents that are required to be filed with the Commission. This policy is also consistent with the relevant provisions of the Electronic Transactions Act of each of the ECCU Member Territories.
The Eastern Caribbean Securities Regulatory Commission (“the Commission”) in its capacity as regional regulator of the Eastern Caribbean Securities Market (ECSM) has issued the Securities Bill 2018, (the “Bill”) for public consultation. This Bill will repeal and replace the Securities Act 2001.
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