Investar Securities Ltd. was founded to broaden access to financial services and invite a wider section of Bahamian society to participate in domestic wealth while contributing to national development and economic democratization. By tapping into latent demand in both the well-served and under-served markets, Investar continuously explores growth investment opportunities aligned with its culture of innovation, openness and trust. The firm’s Directors, CEO and management represent more than 150 years of combined regulatory, accounting, banking and corporate leadership expertise. Investar Securities Ltd. was incorporated in 2017 under The Companies Act 2013 and is regulated by the Securities Commission of The Bahamas.
Titan Funds are investment funds designed to create a way for Bahamians to enter the investment market for as little as $500 or enhance their holdings while helping to build the Bahamian economy and spread the wealth.
Investar is licenced under the Financial and Corporate Services Providers Act, 2020, and offers corporate management services to both local and international clients.
An investment fund is a professionally-managed investment vehicle that pools money from many investors to purchase securities.
Corporate finance is the area of finance dealing with the sources of funding and the capital structure of corporations, the actions that managers take to increase the value of the firm to the shareholders, and the tools and analysis used to allocate financial resources.
For those who prefer to make their own investment decisions, a third party account will give you access to a wide range of direct investment opportunities. We can refer you to independent brokers.
Investar | President & CEO
Mr. Watson is President and CEO of Investar Securities Ltd. and has worked previously with Ansbacher, SG Hambros, MeesPierson, and Deloitte in Toronto and The Bahamas over the past 30 years.
Investar | Chairman
Mr. Deveaux is a former Consultant at Ministry of Financial Services where he provided technical assistance in international trade and financial services. Prior to this role he served as the Executive Director at the Securities Commission of The Bahamas during two stints between 1997 and 2015.