The DFSA will seek to deprive an individual of the economic benefits derived directly or indirectly from the contravention (which may include the profit made or loss avoided) where it is possible to quantify this. The DFSA will ordinarily also charge interest on the benefit from the date when the contravention occurred until the date of the final decision. Interest will be charged at a minimum rate of 1% over the three months “EIBOR”, or at such other rate as the DFSA considers appropriate having regard to the prevailing market lending rates, at the time the contravention occurred, up to a maximum of 12%.
Inserted (Made 21st August 2014). August 2014 Edition
Amended by Notice of Updates
(Made 11th February 2020). February 2020 Edition