Pursuant to provisions of the Securities Act Chapter 83:02 of the Laws of the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago (the “Act”) and the Securities (General) By-laws 2015 (the “By-laws”), Registrants of the Trinidad and Tobago Securities and Exchange Commission (the “Commission”) and some non-Registrants are required to make various types of filing with the Commission, within certain prescribed timeframes.

In 2020 at the onset of the pandemic, the Commission by Orders dated 25th March and 28th April 2020 respectively, provided moratoria, such that the Commission indicated that it would not pursue enforcement action against Registrants and non-Registrants for a specified period after the due date for meeting any statutory filing obligation, under the Act and the By-laws, where the due date for that filing fell within a period specified in those Orders. The filing moratoria in these Orders expired in 2020.


Read more —> Notice to Registrants – Limited COVID-19 Filing Moratorium June 24th 2021

Covid 19 Order 23rd June 2021

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