Capital Market Authority - Oman

Also known as: CMA - Oman Last updated on: 24 February 2020

IFSB Seminar on Islamic Capital Markets: Supporting Development through Sukuk: Prospects and Initiatives

22 April 2016 Kuala Lumpur - The Islamic Financial Services Board (IFSB) has successfully organised an IFSB Seminar on Islamic Capital Market themed, Supporting Development through Sukuk: Prospects and Initiatives on 10 April 2016 in Cairo, Egypt. This Seminar was held as part of the IFSB Annual Meetings and Side Events 2016, hosted by the Central Bank of Egypt. The Seminar was also held in collab

Press Release - 22-Apr-2016

Audit firm hails new rule, but calls to review non-audit fees

Muscat: An audit company on Tuesday welcomed the regulatory restriction in providing non-audit services to their clients. However, the firm has requested the authorities to reconsider restrictions on non-audit fees."The new regulation restricting the scope of activities that can be undertaken by statutory auditors to their listed clients is a welcome decision," said Davis Kallukaran, managing

Times of Oman - 19-Apr-2016

New regulation on sukuk to provide transparency

Oman's market watchdog Capital Market Authority (CMA) announced its new sukuk regulation, which includes stipulation on establishing a trustee structure and an LLC company as a special purpose vehicle for issuing sukuk.

Times of Oman - 14-Apr-2016

Al Omaniya Financial declares 25pc dividend

The shareholders of Al Omaniya Financial Service announced a dividend of 25 percent for the financial year 2015 comprising of 17 percent cash, 3 percent stock dividend and 5 percent compulsorily convertible unsecured bonus stock bonds.

Oman Daily Observer - 26-Mar-2016

Omani firms plan sukuk issue

Several companies in Oman, including a real estate developer, are planning to issue sukuk or Islamic debt instrument.

Times of Oman - 08-Mar-2016

Insurance sector posts 11pc growth

Muscat - The unaudited financial statements of the Capital Market Authority show that the insurance sector in the Sultanate has posted growth in the gross premium written in 2015. The underwritten direct premium stood at RO 446 million, a growth by 11 percent compared to 2014 which was RO 400 million. The data showed that health insurance continued its growth and came on top of the other products

Oman Daily Observer - 15-Feb-2016

Amended motor cover policy gets nod

Muscat - The Capital Market Authority (CMA) approved on Sunday the amendments to the Unified Motor Insurance Policy as part of the continued review of the legislation of the capital market and insurance sector. Shaikh Abdullah Salim Al Salmi, Executive President of CMA, said on the new version of the Unified Motor Insurance Policy that the new amendments were effected after seven years from

Oman Daily Observer - 14-Feb-2016

The Gulf Bond and Sukuk Association Highlights Debt Capital Market Opportunities at Oman Conference

09 February 2016 Dubai - The Gulf Bond and Sukuk Association (GBSA) in partnership with Dentons and Standard Chartered Bank has held its inaugural debt capital market conference in Oman. The conference, which gathered senior government officials with over 100 leaders from the corporate, financial, legal and regulatory communities, coincided with an intensification of sukuk and bond issuance activi

Press Release - 09-Feb-2016

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