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New UAE rules to curb insider trading

Dubai, March 26, 2008

The UAE market regulator has banned directors and some other company officials from trading in their companies' shares 15 days prior to the end of every quarter.

Directors and staff with access to potentially market-moving news would not be able to recommence trading in shares until financial results are released, the Securities and Commodities Authority said in a statement.

The rules are part of efforts to boost transparency and prevent insider trading on the Dubai and Abu Dhabi stock markets.

Company officials are also banned from trading in shares in the 10 days prior to any scheduled announcement that could move a share price, the regulator said. 
 
 




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