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  • RPP 9-5 RPP 9-5 Publication of Waivers and Modifications

    • RPP 9-5-1

      The DFSA is required to publish all notices concerning waivers and modifications unless it is satisfied that it is inappropriate or unnecessary to do so4.

      Derived from Notice of Updates (Made 11th February 2015). February 2015 Edition

      4 Article 25(4) of the Regulatory Law 2004.

    • RPP 9-5-2

      The DFSA will publish a notice in such a way as it considers appropriate for bringing the notice to the attention of:

      (a) those likely to be affected by it; and
      (b) others who may be likely to become subject to a similar notice.
      Derived from Notice of Updates (Made 11th February 2015). February 2015 Edition

    • RPP 9-5-3

      The principal method of publication of waivers and modifications is by publication on the DFSA website here. The fundamental principle behind publication is transparency. This allows any person dealing with the applicant, for example, its clients and competitors, to know to what extent the relevant legislation applies to the applicant.

      Derived from Notice of Updates (Made 11th February 2015). February 2015 Edition

    • RPP 9-5-4

      If an applicant believes that it is inappropriate or unnecessary for the DFSA to publish the relief, or to publish it after a delay, or without disclosing the identity of the applicant, it should make this clear in its application.

      Derived from Notice of Updates (Made 11th February 2015). February 2015 Edition