20. Recognition and designation
(1) The DFSA may recognise any country or territory and designate any type of Fund constituted and domiciled in such a country or territory for the purposes of this Law.
(2) The DFSA may not recognise any country or territory nor designate any Fund in that country or territory for the purposes of this Article unless it is satisfied:
(a) that the law and practice under which the relevant Foreign Funds are authorised or approved and supervised in that country or territory is broadly equivalent to the DFSA's regulatory regime as it applies to Domestic Funds;
(b) that the law and practice under which investment managers and eligible custodians are authorised or licenced and supervised in that country or territory is broadly equivalent to the DFSA's regulatory regime as it applies to such persons; and
(c) that adequate arrangements exist, or will exist, for co-operation between the Regulator in that country or territory, responsible for such authorisation, licensing, approval and supervision and the DFSA.
(3) Any country or territory recognised under this Article shall be a "Recognised Jurisdiction" and the DFSA shall publish a list of such jurisdictions by means of a written notice. The DFSA may remove from that list any jurisdiction or Fund where the DFSA is no longer satisfied that the jurisdiction or Fund meets the criteria in Article 20(2)
(4) Any Foreign Fund designated under this Article shall be a "Designated Fund" and a description of such a Fund shall be included in the list referred to in Article 20(3).
(5) Any notice issued under this Article may contain such limitations or restrictions as the DFSA considers appropriate and make different provisions for different cases.