Wednesday 03, September 2014 by Robin Amlôt

Saudi Capital Market Authority imposes penalties on Arab National Bank

The Capital Market Authority (CMA) in Saudi Arabia is imposing two penalties of SAR 170,000 on Arab National Bank due to its violation of clause (A) of Article (46) of the Capital Market Law and sub-clause (1) of clause (B) of Article (46) of the Listing Rules.

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