Muscat: His Majesty Sultan Haitham bin Tarik, issued a Royal Decree No. 5/2021 AD regarding the transfer of the Muscat Securities Market to a closed Omani joint stock company in the name of the Muscat Stock Exchange Company SAOC.
After reviewing the Basic Law of the State and based on the requirements of the public interest, below are the following
Pursuant to the provisions of this Decree, closed Omani joint stock company shall be established in the name of the Muscat Stock Exchange Company SAOC.. Its ownership shall devolve to the Oman Investment Authority.
All provisions, assets, rights, liabilities, assets and records of the Muscat Securities Market shall devolve to the Muscat Stock Exchange Company SAOC.
The Muscat Securities Market employees shall be transferred to the Muscat Company, Muscat Stock Exchange, in accordance with the provisions of the aforementioned Privatization Law.
All the competencies of the Muscat Securities Market stipulated in the aforementioned Capital Market Law shall be transferred to the Muscat Stock Exchange Company SAOC in a manner that does not conflict with the objectives of that company stipulated in its articles of association.
The Muscat Stock Exchange Company SAOC carries out all its activities within the framework of the provisions of the Capital Market Law and is subject to the supervision and supervision of the Capital Market Authority in this regard. Fees in exchange for the services it provides, after the approval of the Capital Market Authority and until those regulations and decisions are issued, the regulations and decisions in force shall continue to be enforced in a manner that does not conflict with the provisions of this decree
The Capital Market Authority determines the general policy that the Muscat Stock Exchange Company SAOC must adhere to and issues regulations and decisions regulating the licenses that must be granted to the company to carry out its activities and the fees that it must pay to the Authority
The board of directors of the Muscat Stock Exchange Company SAOC shall be formed in accordance with its articles of association, and the Capital Market Authority may object to the decision to appoint the Board of Directors within 15 days from the date of its notification of the decision
The Muscat Stock Exchange Company SAOC must obtain the approval of the Capital Market Authority before appointing both the CEO of the company and those working in its senior management.
The Oman Investment Authority shall prepare the Memorandum of Association of the Muscat Stock Exchange Company SAOC and its articles of association and end its registration procedures in accordance with the provisions of the aforementioned Companies Law, prior to the effective date of this decree
The Muscat Securities Market shall be canceled as well as all that contradicts this decree or contravenes its provisions
This decree shall be published in the official gazette and enforced after 90 days have passed from the date of its publication
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