The Capital Market Authority (CMA) in Saudi Arabia unofficially started in the early fifties, and continued to operate successfully, until the government set its basic regulations in the eighties. The current Capital Market Law is promulgated and pursuant to Royal Decree No. (M/30) dated 2/6/1424H, which formally brought it into existence. The CMA is a government organization applying full financial, legal, and administrative independence, and has direct links with the Prime Minister.https://cma.org.sa/en/AboutCMA/Pages/AboutCMA.aspx, /en/AboutCMA/Pages/AboutCMA.aspxMore
    Capital Market Authority
    The Capital Market Authority (CMA) in Saudi Arabia unofficially started in the early fifties, and continued to operate successfully, until the government set its basic regulations in the eighties. The current Capital Market Law is promulgated and pursuant to Royal Decree No. (M/30) dated 2/6/1424H, which formally brought it into existence. The CMA is a government organization applying full financial, legal, and administrative independence, and has direct links with the Prime Minister.
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    #ffffffThe CMA has been continuing its efforts aimed at making the capital market more stable and supportive of the national economy and more appealing for investment. As part of its role in regulating and developing the capital market and protecting investors, the CMA has developed a comprehensive strategic plan covering the period 2015 – 2019. The preparation of this plan took into account harmonization with the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia’s 10th Development Plan as well as the required resiliency to adapt to future changes. Through the implementation of this plan, the CMA seeks to achieve its vision to make the Saudi capital market a pioneer market earning the trust of investors and delivering fairness, efficiency and transparency in securities transactions.https://cma.org.sa/en/AboutCMA/Pages/CMAStrategicPlan.aspx, /en/AboutCMA/Pages/CMAStrategicPlan.aspxMore
    Strategic Plan
    The CMA has been continuing its efforts aimed at making the capital market more stable and supportive of the national economy and more appealing for investment. As part of its role in regulating and developing the capital market and protecting investors, the CMA has developed a comprehensive strategic plan covering the period 2015 – 2019. The preparation of this plan took into account harmonization with the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia’s 10th Development Plan as well as the required resiliency to adapt to future changes. Through the implementation of this plan, the CMA seeks to achieve its vision to make the Saudi capital market a pioneer market earning the trust of investors and delivering fairness, efficiency and transparency in securities transactions.
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    #0069aahttps://cma.org.sa/en/AboutCMA/AnnualReport/, /en/AboutCMA/AnnualReport/Go To Reports & Publications
    Details on CMA deputies and organizational structure.https://cma.org.sa/en/AboutCMA/CMA_Department/, /en/AboutCMA/CMA_Department/More
    Organizational Structure
    Details on CMA deputies and organizational structure.
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