PYGG is active with three separate yet complementary businesses, being securities brokerage, exchange listing advisory and fiduciary services.
The origin of the word ‘PYGG’ dates back nearly 600 years. Before the existence of banks as we know them today, people stored their valuables in pots made from orange-colored clay called ‘PYGG’.
In the summer of 2019 four professionals each with a long-term track record in (investment) banking, capital markets, international tax and/or fiduciary services formed PYGG ‘Capital Structuring Partners’.
It’s our priority to listen. To know and understand you, your situation, your interests, needs, goals, requirements, preferences and restrictions. Our aim is to build a personal professional long-term relationship based on mutual trust and reliability.
PYGG keeps herself informed of constantly changing relevant rules, regulations and opportunities. Our innovative team pro-actively explores the market for better ways to service the specific interests of our clients who are as high demanding as they are prominent.
PYGG is a fully independent corporate finance, securities and fiduciary services boutique. We are not affiliated to any other financial institution. Our role is to represent our clients’ interests in everything we do. Whether we act as corporate advisor, listing advisor, securities broker or family officer.
Our principal office is located in Willemstad, Curacao. PYGG is licensed and supervised by the Central Bank of Curacao & Sint Maarten and the Dutch Caribbean Securities Exchange. Clients include companies, foundations and a large and fast growing number of individual investors.
PYGG’s clients reside worldwide, with the Dutch Kingdom, America’s and Asia as main markets. To service the Chinese market, PYGG entered into several long-term partnerships with Chinese professionals.
PYGG is a fast growing group of ‘boutique’ firms. Our long term objective is to contribute to the establishment of a mature and accessible capital market in Curacao.
For the short term our goals are to increase the number of companies and instruments listed on the Dutch Caribbean Securities Exchange (“DCSX”), further onboard individual & introducing broker clients, and substantially elevate trading volumes on the DCSX.