The International Stock Exchange has a wide and growing range of products.
TISE is well known as a venue for listing debt, such as bonds and listing investment vehicles, including funds and is open to ideas for new product lines while also monitoring trends and developments globally to ensure it has an offering which is reflective of the marketplace.
There is also diversity within these products. For example, in 2015, we saw the first listing from an issuer with an ultimate parent company in China and since then, others have followed.
There are also a number of Islamic finance, Shariah compliant structures listed on TISE, including both funds and debt. One of these is award-winning for being innovative in combining two series of sukuks with Insurance Linked Securities (ILS). ILS is another niche asset class where there are already related listings on the Exchange.
The International Stock Exchange is seeking to continue with that diversification by attracting Small and Medium Sized Enterprises (SMEs), including those from other fast developing sectors such as (Fin)tech.