Dubai CSD has developed its rules, processes, and procedures in accordance with international best practices and PFMI standards.

The PFMI is issued by the Committee on Payment and Settlement Systems (CPSS) and the International Organisation of Securities Commissions (IOSCO) which are global standard-setters for the securities and futures market and for payment, clearing and settlement. The PFMI comprises 24 principles, Dubai CSD follows the PFMI on global best practices for risk management. The disclosures below detail the legal basis for Dubai CSD’s establishment and the policies and procedures under which the company operates.



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One of the specific principles in the PFMI calls for greater transparency to facilitate comparability across financial market infrastructures (FMIs) worldwide, the CPMI-IOSCO published guidelines set forth in the “Principles for financial market infrastructures” (2012).

The following disclosure documents detail how our post-trade clearing, settlement activities are governed and operated, and how risks are managed:

PFMI Disclosure