Alternative derivative exchange

ADE Regulatory Status

"Committed to Compliance, trade with confidence on ADE"

Alternative Derivatives Exchange (ADE) is steadfastly committed to the highest standards of regulatory compliance and transparency. ADE Bahamas has received "in principle" approval under both the Digital Assets and Registered Exchanges Act, 2020 (DARE) and the Financial and Corporate Services Providers Act, 2020 (FCSP), ensuring comprehensive regulation of our operations in the Bahamas. Full regulatory approval will be secured before our launch.

Our clearinghouse, Clear Chain Bahamas, is also regulated under the same acts (DARE and FCSP) with "in principle" approval as a Central Counterparty (CCP) by the Securities Commission of The Bahamas (SCB). This unified regulatory approach under DARE and FCSP ensures that both ADE and Clear Chain Bahamas adhere to stringent operational and financial standards to protect our clients' interests and uphold market integrity.

At ADE, maintaining compliance with these regulations is a cornerstone of our operations. We actively collaborate with regulators and industry bodies to ensure that our exchange and clearinghouse not only meet but exceed all relevant requirements. Our commitment to these principles is reflected in our policies and procedures, which are regularly reviewed and updated to stay aligned with the latest in regulatory developments.

Act of the BahamasThe Securities Commission of Bahamas