Regulators

Saudi Arabia's Capital Market Authority (CMA)

The CMA is an unofficial agency in Saudi Arabia that was established in the early 1950s and operated very successfully until the government established it as the found...

Introduction

About CMA
The CMA is an unofficial agency in Saudi Arabia that was established in the early 1950s and operated very successfully until the government established it as the foundational regulatory agency in the 1980s. Today the CMA is a government agency with complete financial, legal and administrative independence, with direct contact with the Prime Minister.
Function:
1. Regulate the Saudi capital market by issuing the required rules and regulations.
2. Its basic goal is to build an environment suitable for investment, enhance market confidence, improve the transparency of information disclosure of all listed companies, and protect investors and traders from illegal market behavior.

Regulatory Inquiries

Regulatory Inquiries:
https://cma.org.sa/en/Market/AuthorisedPersons

Appeal

Download the appeal form:
http://www.cma.org.sa/En/FormsSite/Pages/Complaints.aspx
The following are accepted for appeal:
1. The CMA accepts the appeal and takes necessary investigations to verify its validity after study. Disputes arising between the two parties to the securities transaction are then resolved.
2. The CMA also handles grievances arising from disputes between market participants or with their clients. If the dispute cannot be resolved, the complainant can submit another statement to the CMA urging the complainant to follow up on his complaint with the CRSD (Securities Dispute Resolution Commission).
Complaints subject to CMA jurisdiction include:
1. Related to securities ownership registration
2. Investor Complaints Authorized Individual (Broker)
3. Complaints related to securities institutions listed on the market
4. Appeals related to company profits and stock certificates
Documents to accompany the appeal:
1. Individuals: One ID card of Saudi Arabia or seven countries in the Gulf, a residence permit for non-Saudi residents, and a copy of passport for those living abroad. Company or business: a copy of the business registration, an appeal form signed by the responsible person
2. A copy of the power of attorney or the national ID card of the legal representative
3. Copies of supporting documents

Contact information

Customer Service: 00966 11 205-3000
Email: [email protected]
CMA Headquarters: King Fahad Road P.O. Box 87171 Riyadh 11642 800-245-1111

Related Links

Saudi Arabia Ministry of Finance: https://www.mof.gov.sa/_layouts/15/MofInternet/404/ar/mof404.html
Saudi Arabian Monetary Authority: http://www.sama.gov.sa/en-us/Pages/default.aspx
Saudi Arabian General Investment Authority: https://sagia.gov.sa/en/Pages/default.aspx

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