News & Press
Read the latest news and press from The International Stock Exchange.
The International Stock Exchange (TISE) has been approved as a Designated Offshore Securities Market (DOSM) by the US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC).
The recognition from the federal regulator means that securities listed on TISE can be issued and resold in a more streamlined manner.
Fiona Le Poidevin, CEO at The International Stock Exchange Group (TISEG), explores how capital markets participants can benefit from utilising The International Stock Exchange (TISE), including its newly launched green market segment TISE GREEN.
Jersey Scout Association leaders will be able to offer mental health first aid to their troops as a result of support from The International Stock Exchange (TISE).
TISE has pledged funding for three Jersey Scout Association leaders to attend youth mental health first aid training courses run by Mind Jersey.
The local community will receive new mental health resources later in the year from Guernsey Mind thanks to fundraising by staff at The International Stock Exchange (TISE).
Activities including cake sales, meat draws, raffles, games nights, sporting challenges and the Credit Suisse-led Hel(l)vetia Challenge led to more than £2,200 being raised for TISE’s charity of choice in 2018, Guernsey Mind.
The International Stock Exchange (TISE) has revamped both its Listing and Membership Rules.
The main changes to the Listing Rules include new provisions for the listing of debt being offered directly to retail investors. The update also incorporates amendments which were made to the Listing Rules in September 2018 to enhance TISE’s attractiveness for listing the equity of Small and Medium Sized Enterprises (SMEs).
UK floor coverings distributor Likewise Group plc has today listed on The International Stock Exchange (TISE).
Likewise has raised £7 million through an offer for subscription of 70,000,000 shares which it intends to use for working capital and future acquisitions in the sector.
There were 865 new listings on The International Stock Exchange (TISE) during 2018.
This represents an increase of 160 (22.7%) on 2017 and is the largest number of securities listed in a calendar year on the Exchange since the business was established in 1998.
Carolyn Gelling, Head of the Isle of Man Office at The International Stock Exchange Group (TISEG), explains how revised rules for listing trading companies on The International Stock Exchange (TISE) present new opportunities for local businesses.
On Friday 5 October TISE introduced revised rules for listing trading companies, in particular to appeal to growing businesses such as those in the Isle of Man.