Cains Listing Services Limited ("CLSL") is an Isle of Man based Member of The International Stock Exchange ("TISE") and has been accepted as a Category 1 and Category 2 sponsor of listings on TISE.  CLSL is a member of the Cains Group of companies (“Cains”), which includes the full service law firm Cains Advocates Limited and Cains Corporate Services Limited, which is licensed by the Financial Services Authority in the Isle of Man to provide corporate and fiduciary services.

Cains’ experts have unparalleled corporate listing experience in the Isle of Man, having worked on scores of debt and equity listings worth tens of billions of pounds across international recognised stock exchanges including the main market of the London Stock Exchange, AIM, NASDAQ, EASDAQ, Frankfurt, NYSE, HKEX, SGX-ST, Dublin, LuxSE, JSE and Warsaw.  The extensive experience of our locally situated international practitioners places us in an ideal position to advise both domestic and international clients on their debt and/or equity listings on TISE.  As the only TISE Listing Member in the Isle of Man to be part of a Group incorporating Top Tier Isle of Man legal advisers and licensed corporate and fiduciary services, CLSL is uniquely positioned to work with the boards of directors and companies’ financial advisers to provide a seamless listing service and ensure continued compliance with Issuers’ continuing obligations under TISE’s Listing Rules.

Through Cains Corporate Services Limited and Cains Advocates Limited, Cains can incorporate Isle of Man entities and structures and provide all of the client’s needs for registered agent, registered office, company secretary, corporate governance and administrative services, as well as providing Top Tier legal advice, throughout the life cycle of a company, from our commercially-minded practitioners,

 

Fort Anne

Douglas

Isle of Man

IM1 5PD

 

Telephone:  01624 638364

Email: scott.leonard-morgan@cains.com

Website:  www.cains.com

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