|25th October 1996||The Regional Debt Coordinating Committee (RDCC) was established by the Monetary Council|
|24th November 2000||The Eastern Caribbean Securities Regulatory Commission (ECSRC) was established.|
Four financial entities were licensed to be broker dealers:
ABI Bank, Bank of Nevis, Bank of Saint Lucia, National Commercial Bank of St Vincent.
Two more financial institutions became licensed broker dealers:
Antigua Commercial Bank and St Kitts Nevis Anguilla National Bank.
|July 2002|| |
The Government of St Kitts & Nevis conducted a road show across the ECCU, in collaboration with the ECSE and the fiscal agent.
|23rd -24th November 2002||The first auction was held on the RGSM. Government of St Kitts and Nevis 10-year bond of EC$75m with a fixed price of 7.5%.|
|December 2002||National Mortgage and Finance Company (NMFC) of Dominica became the seventh licensed broker.|
|March 2003||FINCOR based in Grenada became the eight licensed broker dealer|
|26th March 2003||The first 91-day Treasury bill issued on the market was by the Government of St Vincent and the Grenadines. This was the second Government to issue on the RGSM.|
|29th April 2003||Signing of the administrative procedures between RDCC and ECSRC.|
|16th July 2003||The first 365-day treasury bill issued on the RGSM was by the Government of Grenada. Grenada became the third Government to issue on the RGSM.|
|31st December 2003||Eleven (11) auctions were recorded on the RGSM in 2003. All were Treasury Bills.|
|19th January 2004||Saint Lucia became the fourth Government to issue on the RGSM.|
|23rd July 2004||First 5-year bond issued – Government of Saint Lucia.|
|25th November 2004||First 6-year bond issued – Government of Saint Lucia|
|31st December 2004||Eighteen (18) auctions recorded on the RGSM in 2004 – 13 Treasury Bills and 5 bonds|
|January 2005|| |
Caribbean Money market Brokers (CMMB (based in Trinidad & Tobago) became the ninth licensed broker on the RGSM.
|3rd February 2005||Lowest interest rate recorded on the RGSM to date – 3.90% for the Government of Saint Lucia, 91-day treasury bill.|
National Bank of Anguilla was the tenth broker to join the RGSM.
CMMB opened a branch in Saint Lucia.
|28th October 2005||One billion dollars was raised on the RGSM|
|31st December 2005||Eighteen (18) auctions recorded on the RGSM in 2005 – 16 Treasury Bills and 2 bonds|