Listing on the Bermuda Stock Exchange (BSX) is an option for funds domiciled in any one of 16 jurisdictions, or elsewhere if the funds are limited to qualified investors. This is achieved by investing a sum of more than $10,000 or passing an accreditation test similar to Regulation D in the US.
An application to list on the BSX must be sponsored by a BSX trading member or listing sponsor, and must be supported by a number of documents. These include:
a formal letter of application;
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