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Suspending Securities from the Official List of Securities Guidance

Examples of circumstances that warrant the suspension by the DFSA of Securities from the Official List of Securities include:

1. the Listed Entity has failed to meet its continuing obligations for listing;
2. the Listed Entity has failed to publish financial information in accordance with the Markets Rules;
3. the Listed Entity is unable to assess accurately its financial position and inform the market accordingly;
4. there is insufficient publicly-available information in the market about a proposed transaction which involves the Listed Entity or the relevant Securities;
5. the Listed Entity's Securities have been suspended elsewhere;
6. the Listed Entity has appointed administrators or receivers, or is an Investment Trust or Fund and is winding up;
7. the relevant Securities are a securitised Derivative and any underlying instrument is suspended;
8. for a Derivative which carries a right to buy or subscribe for another Security, the Security over which the Derivative carries a right to buy or subscribe has been suspended; or
9. the DFSA considers it is in the interests of the DIFC, including the interests of investors, potential investors or the DIFC capital markets.
Derived from RM81/2011 (Made 30th November 2011). [VER1/11-11]