Bermuda Stock Exchange
|Bermuda Stock Exchange|
|Key People||David Brown, Chairman; Greg Wojciechowski, President & CEO|
The Bermuda Stock Exchange (BSX) is a for-profit fully electronic securities market regulated by the Bermuda Monetary Authority, offering listing and trading for international and domestic companies. It also trades debt, depository receipts, insurance-linked securities and derivative warrants.
It is recognized as a Designated Offshore Securities Market by the US Securities and Exchange Commission and as a Recognised Stock Exchange by UK HM Revenue and Customs.
The exchange was established in 1971, primarily as a domestic equities market, and in 1992 the company was restructured into a demutualised, for-profit entity.
In late 2019 Miami International Holdings acquired a controlling interest in the Bermuda Stock Exchange.
MIH cited Bermuda’s recently passed Digital Asset Business Act, 2018 (“DABA”), along with the Bermuda Government’s commitment to fintech regulation and its established re/insurance market, as making Bermuda attractive to them as an investment.
- Collective Investment Vehicles (Funds)
- Derivative Warrants
- Domestic Main Board Companies
- Domestic Small Cap Companies
- Fixed Income
- International Companies/Secondary listings
- Insurance Linked Securities and Programmes
- International Companies & Mezzanine Market