SIA Bill 2011
2011 Statement of Priorities
Regulated Entities

Our Vision

A vibrant, competitive financial services sector that has sound regulatory practices and policies that promotes confidence.

Our Purpose

To contribute to the growth and development of a financial services sector that is vibrant and competitive.

The Securities and Financial Services laws of The Bahamas, the Securities Industry Act, 2011, the Investment Funds Act, 2003, and the Financial and Corporate Service Providers Act, 2000 require all market participants operating in or from The Bahamas and products offered to the public to be licensed by or registered with the Securities Commission.


Securities Industry Act, 2011

The Securities Industries Act, 2011 provides for the regulation of the securities industry. Current registrants approved by the Securities Commission of The Bahamas are listed below.

Licensees under the Securities Industry Act, 2011 PDF  
Re-categorization Process: Mapping of Registrants under the Securities Industry Act, 2011 PDF


Investment Funds Act, 2003

The Investment Funds Act, 2003 provides for the licensing and registration of Investment Fund Administrators and Investment Funds and. Current registrants and licensees are listed below.

Investment Fund Administrators

Regulated Investment Fund Administrators PDF  


Investment Funds

Regulated Investment Funds PDF  


Financial and Corporate Service Providers Act, 2000

The Financial and Corporate Service Providers Act, 2000, provides for the licensing of financial and corporate service providers. Current licensees and persons who cease to be licensed are listed below.

Regulated Financial and Corporate Service Providers PDF  
List of Persons who have Ceased to be Licensed PDF  


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