About Us

CEIBA Investments Limited is a Guernsey-incorporated, closed-ended investment company. The Ordinary Shares of the Company are listed on the Specialist Fund Segment of the Main Market of the London Stock Exchange (symbol: CBA / ISIN: GG00BFMDJH11). The Company profile in the LSE platform can be reached at https://www.londonstockexchange.com/stock/CBA/ceiba-investments-limited/company-page

The Bonds of the Company (€25 million, 10%, senior unsecured convertible bonds due 2026) are listed on The International Stock Exchange, Guernsey (symbol: CBA, ISIN: GG00BMV37C27).

Through its consolidated subsidiaries the Company invests in Cuban real estate and other assets by acquiring shares in Cuban joint venture companies or other entities that own the underlying properties. The Company also arranges and invests in financial instruments granted in favour of Cuban borrowers.

Deeper insights regarding our investment objectives are in the Investment Approach section.

For a more detailed information on contacts and structure of the Company check out our Contacts.

Company information

CEIBA Investments Limited

Registered Office:
Les Echelons Court, Les Echelons,
St. Peter Port, Guernsey GY1 1AR

Guernsey Registration Number: 30083

The Company was incorporated in Guernsey as a non-cellular company limited by shares on 10 October 1995 under registration number 30083. It was admitted to the Specialist Fund Segment of the Main Market of the London Stock Exchange on 22 October 2018.

The Company is a Registered Closed-ended Collective Investment Scheme pursuant to The Protection of Investors (Bailiwick of Guernsey) Law, 1987, as amended, and the Registered Collective Investment Schemes Rules 2015 issued by the Guernsey Financial Services Commission. The Company operates under the Companies Law and ordinances and regulations made thereunder.

The Company is a country fund with a primary focus on Cuban real estate assets. The Company seeks to deliver the investment objective primarily through investment in, and management of, a portfolio of Cuban real estate assets, with a focus on the tourism and commercial property sectors. Cuban real estate assets may also include infrastructure, industrial, retail, logistics, residential and mixed-use assets (including development projects).

The Company may also invest in any type of financial instrument or credit facility secured by Cuba-related cash flows.

In addition, subject to the investment restrictions set out in Company documents, the Company may invest in other Cuba-related businesses, where such are considered by the Board to be complementary to the Company’s core portfolio. Those other Cuban businesses may include, but are not limited to, Cuba-related businesses in the construction or construction supply, logistics, energy, technology and light or heavy industrial sectors.

Investments may be made through equity, debt or a combination of both.

Financial calendar

Year End: 31 December
Accounts Published: April
Annual General Meeting: June
Dividend Paid: May

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This site and its content are intended for professional investors only.

The Ordinary Shares of CEIBA Investments Limited are listed on the Specialist Fund Segment of the London Stock Exchange (trading symbol: CBA) and are suitable for Professional Investors only. Investors in the Company are expected to be institutional investors, professional investors, high net worth investors and professionally advised and knowledgeable investors who understand the risks involved in investing in the Company and/or who have received advice from their fund manager or broker regarding investment in the Company.

Special investor warning: this fund is not suitable for US investors.

The U.S. Cuban embargo legislation presently in force prohibits U.S. Persons from investing in, owning or otherwise holding Ordinary Shares in CEIBA Investments Limited. U.S. banks, custodians, depositories and other intermediaries may reject or block payments, the transfer of securities, and/or the distribution of dividends. Shareholders should ensure that they do not directly or indirectly use U.S. banks, custodians, depositories or other intermediaries, in any capacity, to hold Ordinary Shares in the Company or to receive dividend distributions or other payments.

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