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About DCSX


The Dutch Caribbean Securities Exchange (DCSX) is a self-regulatory international Exchange for the listing and trading in domestic- and international securities. It operates under full license of the Ministry of Finance of the Curacao Government and is the only authorized securities exchange ("main board") within the country of Curacao. At the same time it is supervised by the Central  Bank of Curacao and Sint Maarten (Link: Central Bank). The DCSX provides a timesaving and cost-efficient facility for international and local corporations and investment funds, furnishing a high quality alternative to the regional exchanges in other jurisdictions of the Caribbean and beyond. The DCSX platform sets the stage for the successful listing and trading of international and local companies, funds and other financing structures in a reputable jurisdiction within the Dutch Kingdom and by doing so offers the opportunity to the issuers to add the necessary market awareness, prestige and profile to their organizations. 

(from DCSX official website


Our Services

· Advising companies to go listed on Dutch Caribbean Securities Exchange
· Advising companies to go listed on Shanghai Equity Exchange
· Venture capital and equity investment
· Mergers and Acquisitions (M&A)
· Corporate finance advisory services


Why List ?  


Companies list their shares for reasons that are unique to the particular circumstances of each company and its shareholders and management. A company may seek a listing because its shareholders would like to realise part of their investment; or because it lacks the funds to expand its business operations. Whatever your company's reasons for listing, a listing status could offer a company the following advantages:

  • Access to capital for growth with opportunities to raise funds both at the time of listing and at later stages

  • Broader shareholder base could potentially lead to a more liquid market in the trading of the company's shares

  • Employee incentive and commitment resulting from the grant of employee share options to tie in the company's key staff

  • Higher profile and visibility in the market could generate reassurance among the company's customers and suppliers

  • Increased corporate transparency could lead to the grant of credit lines on more competitive terms from the company's bankers

  • Greater efficiency resulting from rigorous disclosure standards demanded of listed issuers will lead to an improvement in their control, management information and operating systems

Whatever your reasons for listing, it is important that you consider and discuss with your advisers all the factors which are specific to your company and the vision of its management.