The Dutch Caribbean Securities Exchange (DCSX) is a securities exchange for the listing and trading in both local and international securities. The DCSX is supervised by the Central Bank of Curaçao and Sint Maarten, safeguarding a well functioning supervisory environment. It facilitates local and international companies, funds and other financing structures, providing a high quality alternative to the regional exchanges in other jurisdictions of the Caribbean. Ever since its conception the DCSX has seen a steady growth in the number of listings, with respect to established companies as well as startups looking for external financing, attesting to its significance to the professional financial services industry for which the Dutch Caribbean is known. With more than 30 listings, the DCSX has reached its ‘critical mass’ and will attract more issuers, investors and brokers. The DCSX is also gaining more and more recognition, such as under the new Tax Agreement between the Netherlands and Curaçao, and by (foreign) authorities such as Her Majesty’s Revenue and Customs authority (HMRC) in the UK.