Dubai Financial Market (DFM) has announced an incentives program to encourage new Initial Public Offerings (IPOs) and listings from private sector companies.
The program encompasses unprecedented incentives including financial support to the cost of private companies’ IPOs on DFM’s Main Market and listing on the Second Market, post listing support through participation on DFM’s international roadshows regionally and globally in addition to a three years’ waiver on listing fees, AGM fees and dividend distribution fees.
Hamed Ali, CEO of DFM and Nasdaq Dubai, said:
"Dubai is home to unparalleled portfolio of regional and international private companies. The new incentive program stems from our commitment at DFM to become a platform that accelerates the growth of the private sector and to mirror Dubai’s success as a world-class base for leading businesses regionally and internationally. Moreover, attracting new IPOs will provide DFM’s global network of investors from over 208 nationalities with new investment opportunities."
Through launching the new incentives for private sector companies looking to go public and list, the DFM seeks to attract companies belonging to rapidly growing sectors that are substantially contributing to the economy such as: Technology, Transport & Logistics, Healthcare, Pharmaceutical, Manufacturing, and Agri-Tech.
News Source: Emirates News Agency