Advertisements and promotional material exhibiting performance information are key marketing tools in the promotion of securities issued by Collective Investment Schemes (“CISs”) to the investing public.
Companies with constrained share ownership provisions are entities which are governed by constitutive documents which impose limits on the number of shares which may be owned by a single shareholder. In most securities markets stock exchanges do not permit listings of entities with constrained share ownership provisions.
The Trinidad and Tobago Securities and Exchange Commission (the Commission) issues these guidelines to assist Listed Companies/Reporting Issuers, in the formulation of policies and procedures relating to the handling of price sensitive information, and the disclosure of such information to the public.
These Guidelines are issued pursuant to Section 6(b) of the Securities Industry Act 1995. They outline the information that the Trinidad and Tobago Securities and Exchange Commission (TTSEC) considers necessary for inclusion in a public offering prospectus.
This policy guideline applies to the distribution in Trinidad and Tobago of securities of foreign
mutual funds which are issued abroad. This guideline was amended in 2007.