Caribbean Stock Exchange

The Caribbean Stock Exchange

Finance is perhaps not among the first 3 things that come to mind when one thinks of the Caribbean. Vacations, beaches, hotels, yes, but high finance, well not so much. However, the Caribbean is increasingly becoming an economy well worth looking into. Caribbean people have been found to be among  the most entrepreneurial in the world. The proliferation of the internet has also greatly aided in leveling the playing field, creating more opportunities than has ever been seem.

The benefits to be had are tremendous, both for entrepreneurs and for investors alike. Whilst not popular for Business and Finance (except as a tax heaven) there are some amazing businesses in the Caribbean. Many of whom are profitable and listed on the various exchanges in the different Caribbean territories. Below we have listed the largest securities exchanges in the Caribbean. Let’s have a look at them.

The Bahamas

Stock/Securities Exchange Official Name: The Bahamas Stock Exchange



Stock/Securities Exchange Official Name: Barbados Stock Exchange



Stock/Securities Exchange Official Name: The Bermuda Stock Exchange

The Cayman Islands

Stock/Securities Exchange Official Name: Cayman Islands Stock Exchange


Lesser Antilles

Stock/Securities Exchange Official Name: Eastern Caribbean Securities Exchange



Stock/Securities Exchange Official Name: The Guyana Association of Securities Companies and Intermediaries Inc (GASCI)

  • The Guyana Association of Securities Companies and Intermediaries Inc (GASCI) (Main):


Country: Jamaica

Stock/Securities Exchange Official Name: The Jamaica Stock Exchange (JSE)



Stock/Securities Exchange Official Name:


Trinidad and Tobago

Stock/Securities Exchange Official Name: The Trinidad and Tobago Stock Exchange


At Caribbean Value Investor we believe that the Caribbean region is poised for remarkable economic growth. There are numerous developments which support this view point. Among these are plans for the establishment of a global logistics hub in Jamaica, the opening up of Cuba and improved foreign direct investment in many of the smaller islands of the Lesser Antilles. Besides this, the emergence of blockchain technology has brought about a new era of change in the world, one that is not exclusive to developed nations.

Suggested article: “Bitcoin Blockchain and Cryptocurrencies- Fad or Future?” by Caribbean Value Investor

The Caribbean region is however susceptible to the natural disasters, primarily hurricanes. We would do well to improve our infrastructure with this in mind. The company that decides to undertake this challenge may benefit immensely from the investment in but a few years. We believe that the region would have a more marketable proposition if there existed a regional stock exchange.

Caribbean Value Investor will be preparing a full report with details on each Caribbean Stock Exchange.

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