The Dutch Caribbean Securities Exchange (“DCSX”) congratulates the People’s Republic of China on the 73rd Anniversary of its founding celebrated on October 1st. At the same time, the DCSX announces its continued efforts to serve those who are interested in using its platform as an exchange for Small and Medium-sized Enterprises (“SMEs”) out of China.
The DCSX held a virtual courtesy meeting with representatives of our exchange and the Commercial Consul of the Chinese Consulate General in Willemstad last year. Worth mentioning is also the fact that we maintain the same standards as the EU Transparency Directives apply. This creates the necessary stable environment for existing but also additional and new opportunities for interested parties out of China. As Curacao is a small autonomous country within the Kingdom of The Netherlands, we have a strong international focus on other markets including Asia but also Latin America. Next to that, we leverage our European connections via close connections with relevant capital market institutions in The Netherlands.
We would like to take this opportunity to certify that Chinese SMEs are more than welcome to list and be tradeable on our exchange as long as they comply with the DCSX Rules and Regulations (“R&R”) and Requirements. The DCSX adheres very stringently to its R&R and Requirements, which provides a practical, transparent, fair, and safe environment for companies to expose themselves internationally, seek capital and/or create liquidity for their existing shareholders’ base. Safeguarding the interests of the investors is an ever-leading principle.