The mandate of the ECSRC is the protection of investors in securities through the implementation of the provisions of the Securities Act and Regulations made under the Act, as well as the development of a regional securities market in the territories comprising the Eastern Caribbean Currency Union.
On 19 October 2016, the Eastern Caribbean Securities Regulatory Commission (ECSRC) celebrated fifteen years of promoting a safe environment for investing on the Eastern Caribbean Securities Market (ECSM). As part of activities to mark its 15th Anniversary the ECSRC unveils its new logo.
In safeguarding and protecting the interest of investors in securities and the integrity of the Eastern Caribbean Securities Market (ECSM), the Eastern Caribbean Securities Regulatory Commission (the Commission) is proposing to provide a set of Compliance and Internal Control Guidelines for Entities Licensed under the Securities Act.
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Register of Licensees
See who is authorized to do business with you
Types of Licences
Learn more about the various types of licences
List of Reporting Issuers
A list of companies available to invest in
Investor Bill of Rights
Before you invest, you have the right to ...
Tips, Tools and Quizzes
Financial Calculators, Interactive Quizzes and more ...
Improve your awareness and knowledge of investing
Types of Fraud
Inform and protect yourself
The Eastern Caribbean Securities Regulatory Commission (ECSRC) is the regulatory body that administers the securities legislation governing securities business in the Eastern Caribbean Currency Union.
To help you become and/or remain an informed participant of the Eastern Caribbean Securities Market please visit our "Resource Center".
If you are, or wish to become, an owner of securities, follow the "Investor Resources" link below.
If you feel you have been or are being targeted for fraud or other misconduct, please visit our "Complaint Center".