MKT 4.8.1

(1) A Reporting Entity that is a SME must disclose the following information prominently on its website:
(a) a description of its business and details of its key personnel;
(b) the names of its Directors and a brief biography of each Director;
(c) a description of the responsibilities of the members of the Board and details of any Board committees and their responsibilities;
(d) its country of incorporation and main country or countries in which it operates;
(e) its constitutional documents;
(f) details of any other exchanges on which it has, or has applied to have, its Securities admitted to trading;
(g) the number of its listed Shares in issue and the number of any listed Shares held as treasury Shares (as defined in MKT Rule 9.7.6(3));
(h) the percentage of its Listed Securities that are not in public hands, so far as it is aware;
(i) the identity of any of its Connected Persons that hold Listed Securities issued by the Reporting Entity and the percentage of any such holdings;
(j) the annual financial reports prepared and filed by the Reporting Entity under Article 44 of the Law since admission of its Shares to the List or, if its Shares have been admitted to the List for more than three years, for the previous three years;
(k) the semi-annual financial reports or any other financial statements prepared and filed by the Reporting Entity under Article 45 of the Law since admission or, if its Shares have been admitted to the List for more than three years, for the previous three years;
(l) all announcements it has made under MKT Rule 4.7.1 in the previous 12 months;
(m) all Inside Information it has publicly disclosed under MKT Rule 4.2.1 since admission or, if its Shares have been admitted to the List for more than five years, for the previous five years;
(n) its most recent Approved Prospectus, if any, together with any other Approved Prospectus it has published in the previous five years and any circulars or similar publications sent to shareholders in the previous 12 months;
(o) details of any corporate governance code that its Board has decided to apply, how the Reporting Entity complies with that code, and where it departs from that code, an explanation of the reasons for doing so;
(p) if the Reporting Entity is not incorporated in the DIFC, a statement that the rights of shareholders may be different from the rights of shareholders in a DIFC incorporated company;
(q) whether the Reporting Entity is subject to the Takeover Rules (TKO);
(r) any takeover legislation or code to which it is subject in its country of incorporation or operation, other than TKO, or any other similar provisions it has voluntarily adopted, together with a link either:
(i) to the relevant legislation, code or provisions; or
(ii) to a website where further details about the legislation, code or provisions can be found; and
(s) details of any compliance adviser, sponsor or other expert adviser appointed by the Reporting Entity under Article 49(1) of the Law.
(2) The Reporting Entity must ensure that the information referred to in (1) is kept up to date.
Derived from RMI273/2020 (Made 26th February 2020).[VER16/04-20]