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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.
The Channel Islands Securities Exchange (CISE) can provide a ‘port in a storm’ to clients facing up to the uncertainty created by the UK referendum result to leave the EU. Fiona Le Poidevin, CEO of the CISE, believes that being based in the Channel Islands means the Exchange is uniquely positioned to provide a stable offering from outside the EU which can benefit the wider British economy.
The Channel Islands Securities Exchange Limited (CISE) has set an example for other companies to follow by listing on its own Exchange. The CISE is the parent company of the Group which owns and operates the Exchange. This morning it has been admitted to the Official List of the Exchange operated by its wholly owned subsidiary, The Channel Islands Securities Exchange Authority Limited (CISEA).
Property company Raven Russia has listed on the Channel Islands Securities Exchange (CISE), adding to its quotation on the London Stock Exchange (LSE). The Guernsey registered company specialises in commercial real estate in Russia, focusing on the acquisition and development of high quality warehouse complexes and their subsequent leasing to Russian and international tenants.
The Channel Islands Securities Exchange (CISE) has seen further growth in new business and been named as the leading offshore stock exchange by a trade publication. There were 104 new listings on the CISE during the first quarter of the year, which was a rise of 13% on the same period last year. The market capitalisation of all listings on the Exchange grew by 3% during the first three months of the year to reach £367 billion at the end of March.