Explore our New Companies Law Series Below:
- About Saudi Arabia’s New Companies Law
- Provisions for LLC’s under the New Companies Law
- Provisions for Professional Companies under the New Companies Law
- New Foreign Investment Guidelines Under New Saudi Arabian Companies Law
- Provisions for Simplified Joint Stock Companies Under the New Companies Law
- Provisions for Joint Stock Companies Under the New Companies Law
- Provisions for Not-For-Profit Companies Under New Companies Law
Provisions for Debt Instruments & Financing Sukuk Under New Companies Law
Corporations have traditionally been dependent on equity, debt, or a combination of the two to raise capital for the financing of projects. Over time, both the equity and debt markets have evolved, and there are now new concepts and products worldwide to be used by businesses.
Both equity and debt require an appropriate regulatory regime to protect the interests of all involved in these transactions, like convertible bonds, redeemable share, and Financing Sukuk.
With the enactment of the new Companies Law of 1443 H. (Law) in Saudi Arabia, new provisions have been implemented for debt instruments and Financing Sukuk in Saudi Arabia to help mitigate these new transactions and the changing markets.
In this downloadable PDF we have created a guide to the different provisions that have been implemented in the new Companies Law. The PDF aims to identify the changes in regulations and explain the different categories for the issuance of debt instruments under the Capital Market Law.
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AlGhazzawi & Partners
Download the Provisions for Debt Instruments & Financing Sukuk Under New Companies Law PDF