Executive Decisions of the DFSA are generally operational decisions, made by a DFSA officer exercising delegated powers of the DFSA's Chief executive. They generally involve the DFSA being called upon to consider and respond to an application or notification made by a Person. Some examples of such decisions include where the DFSA proposes to:
(a) grant an application for a Licence or an extension to such a Licence of an Authorised Person;
(b) grant an application for an Authorised Individual's status;
(c) register a DNFBP or a Registered Auditor;
(d) register a Public Fund;
(e) approve an application for a change in control by an Authorised Person; or
(f) approve a Prospectus filed with the DFSA.
Inserted (Made 21st August 2014). August 2014 Edition