The Dutch Caribbean Securities Exchange (DCSX) offers issuers the possibility to request an admission to be officially listed on the DCSX without admission to trading. These listings will also
be displayed on the main board (Markets page) of the DCSX along with the other listings which have made an application for a tradable admission on the DCSX. To request tradable listings on the DCSX please see the Listing Requirements for the specific instrument: Bonds, Equity and Depository Receipts and Funds.
Once the issuers decide on what type of instrument to list, there is the possibility to choose for the listing to be categorized as a “Technical Listing”. Which means that the listing purpose of the issuer is not to trade and/or raise capital but to be recognized as listed on an exchange only. The rules for technical Listings, as well as all other listing requirements, have been prepared by the DCSX pursuant to the authority vested in it under the Stock Exchange Law, 1998. The requirements for Technical Listings may be amended, updated, replaced or supplemented
from time to time by the DCSX. Each such change shall be made known to the public through the news item section on the website of the DCSX.
The latest version can be found here: Requirements for Technical Listings