Dubai FSA updated several modules of its Rulebook and Sourcebook for financial institutions. The updated modules of the Dubai FSA Rulebook include Prudential—Investment, Insurance Intermediation, and Banking Module (PIB); Conduct of Business (COB); Collective Investment Rules (CIR); Fees (FER); Fund Protocol Rules (FPR); General (GEN); Glossary (GLO); and Markets Rules (MKT) modules. In addition, the updates to the Dubai FSA Sourcebook include the Application Forms and Notices Module, and Prudential Returns Module (PRU).
Keywords: Middle East and Africa, United Arab Emirates, Banking, Insurance, Securities, Rulebook, Sourcebook, Dubai FSA
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