Securities and Commodities Authority
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|Formed||January 29, 2000|
|Jurisdiction||United Arab Emirates|
|Headquarters||Abu Dhabi, UAE|
Securities and Commodities Authority (SCA) is a UAE entity established based on the federal decree No. (4) in 2000. The Authority is a legal entity, which is financially and administratively independent, reported directly to the Economy Minister. The main objective of the Authority is to supervise and monitor the markets.
The Authority is a legal entity of autonomous status, enjoying financial and administrative independence with ultimate powers required for the execution of its tasks in line with the provisions of Law No. (4) of 2000.
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