Recognised Jurisdiction Notice (No 3)

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The DFSA, in exercise of the powers conferred upon it by Article 20 of the Collective Investment Law 2006 HEREBY REVOKES Recognised Jurisdiction Notice (No. 2) and replaces such notice with this notice AND having satisfied itself in accordance with Article 20(2), HEREBY GIVES NOTICE THAT:

1. The countries and territories listed in the left hand column of the table below have been accorded recognised status and accordingly are thereby Recognised Jurisdictions;


2. The Funds specified in the right hand column of the table below have been designated and accordingly are thereby Designated Funds in relation to the applicable Recognised Jurisdictions;


3. Such recognition and designation is subject to the restrictions and limitations stated herein below.

Effective Date: This Recognised Jurisdiction Notice comes into effect on 30 September 2007 and remains in effect until further notice.


Jurisdiction Designated Fund Type
Malaysia An Islamic fund approved by the Securities Commission of Malaysia under section 212 of the Capital Markets and Services Act 2007.


A scheme or Fund specified in the table is not designated if it is, or would be if it were established in the DIFC, a Feeder Fund or a Protected Cell Company or if it is a Feeder Fund or a protected cell company under equivalent legislation in the relevant jurisdiction in the table above.


The provisions in this notice are to be construed in accordance with GEN section 6.2 as if these provisions are provisions of the Rulebook.

Defined terms are identified in this notice by the capitalisation of the initial letter of a word or of each word in a phrase and are defined in the Glossary (GLO). Unless the context otherwise requires, where capitalisation of the initial letter is not used, an expression has its natural meaning.

This notice was issued by:
Name : David Knott
Position : Chief Executive