Initial Public Offering (UAE)

Initial Public Offering (UAE)

The process of conducting an initial public offering (IPO) in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) is as follows:

  1. Obtain regulatory approvals: HF&A will help your company obtain approvals from the relevant regulatory authorities, including the Securities and Commodities Authority (SCA) and the Dubai Financial Services Authority (DFSA).
  2. Prepare a prospectus: Our company will help you prepare a prospectus, which is a document that provides detailed information about the company’s business, financial performance, and future prospects.
  3. Register with the relevant stock exchange: The company must register with the relevant stock exchange, such as the Dubai Financial Market (DFM) or the Abu Dhabi Securities Exchange (ADX).
  4. Market the IPO: The company must market the IPO to potential investors through various channels, such as roadshows, presentations, and advertising.

5. Allot shares: The company must allot shares to investors based on the subscription price and the number of shares subscribed for.

6. List the shares: The company’s shares must be listed on the relevant stock exchange and made available for trading.

It is important to note that the IPO process can be complex and may take several months to complete. It is also recommended to seek professional advice from legal and financial experts before conducting an IPO in the UAE.