Friday 28 October 2016
Securities and Commodities Authority

UAE firms told to set up new investor relations

UAE’s Securities and Commodities Authority (SCA) will require all companies listed on the country’s exchanges to establish and develop an Investor Relations (IR) function from January 1. The Middle East Investor Relati


Al Ramz to provide services outside UAE

Al Ramz Securities, one of UAE’s leading brokerage houses, has obtained a license from the Securities and Commodities Authority (SCA) to provide brokerage services outside UAE. Clients will now be able to trade without the intercession of


DFM firms achieve 100pc compliance

Dubai Financial Market's (DFM) listed local public joint stock companies have recorded a 100 percent compliance regarding the disclosure of Q2-2011 results within the deadline of 45 days from the end of the period, a statement said. The to


UAE amends brokerage merger rules

United Arab Emirates' bourse watchdog said on Sunday its board has amended regulations, including the merger of brokerage companies, as the industry struggles with firm closures amid slumping market volumes. In a statement, the Securit

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