In the Matter of the Securities Act Chap. 83:02 (“Act”) and the Securities Industry (Take-Over) By-Laws, 2005 (“By-Laws”) And In the Matter of Rule 61 and Rule 62 of Securities Industry (Hearings and Settlements) Practice Rules, 2008 (“Hearing Rules”) And In the Matter of NCB Global Holdings Limited’s along with …
In the Matter of Contraventions of Sections 64 (3), 66 (1) (a) and 66 (2) of The Securities Industry Act, 1995 (�the Act�) and By-Laws 55 (1) and 56 (1) of The Securities Industry By-Laws, 1997 (�the By-Laws�) By Airports Authority of Trinidad and Tobago
Pursuant to the Securities Industry (Hearing and Settlements) Practice Rules, 2008 (�the Rules�)
The Trinidad and Tobago Securities and Exchange Commission (“the Commission”) wishes to inform the public that it has come to a decision in regard to the de-listing of Furness Trinidad Limited (“Furness”) and Valpark Shopping Plaza Limited (“Valpark”) by the Trinidad and Tobago Stock Exchange Limited (“the Exchange”)
By letter dated October 14, 2008, the Trinidad and Tobago Stock Exchange Limited (“TTSE”) submitted to the Commission, a Statement of Substance and Purpose in accordance with section 40(1) of the Securities Industry Act, 1995 (“SIA”). The TTSE was seeking to amend the TTSE Rule 227 and the Horizon Trading Rule 10.2 with respect to the closing price of a security.
The Trinidad and Tobago Securities and Exchange Commission (“the Commission”) held a hearing on Friday December 15, 2006 at the Eastern Credit Union La Joya Auditorium Eastern Main Road, St Joseph to consider an application from the Trinidad and Tobago Stock Exchange (“the Stock Exchange”) for the de-listing of the shares of BWIA West Indies Airways Limited (“BWIA”).