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Companies or parties whose securities are listed in the Market shall be obligated towards the Authority and the Market as follows:
A. Abide with all regulations and instructions issued by the Authority and the Market.
B. Submit all data, information and statistics requested by the Authority and the Market administration.
C. Update the Authority and the Market on any crucial developments, which may affect the prices of the listed securities, as soon as they occur.
D. Publish, whenever requested to do so, any information related to its position and activities which ensures fair dealing and confidence of investors.
E. Notify the Authority and the Market about shares held by Board Members within fifteen days from the date of commencement of their tenure, and at the end of each financial year, and about trades carried out by the company?s directors and executive management.
F. Notify the Authority and the Market of the company?s Board of Directors decision regarding distribution of profits to the shareholders or the announcement of profits and losses, to obtain the approval for publication thereof.
G. Notify the Authority and the Market immediately about the details of sale or purchase of some significant assets which affect the position of the company.
H. Notify the Authority and the Market immediately about any changes to the company?s Board of Directors and executive management.
I. Pay the annual registration and listing fees by due dates.
J. Submit to the Authority and the Market all printed material designed for investors as soon as they are issued.
K. Provide the Authority and the Market with the documents related to the amendments introduced to the Articles of Association once approved.
L. Provide the Authority and the Market with annual, semi-annual and quarterly reports about its activities and business outcome, which reflect their financial position once they are issued.
M. Provide the Authority and the Market immediately with the names of the holders or those whose holding with their minor children reaches 5% or more of the company?s shares. This commitment shall be abided each time the holding increases by 1% over and above 5%.
N. If the shareholder or party whose contribution reaches 5% and more in the company?s shares is a bank or financial institution that practices banking, it shall first obtain the approval of the Central Bank of the United Arab Emirates.