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Location: Central Bank of Bahrain Volume 6—Capital Markets > Part A > Market Standards > MAM — Prohibition of Market Abuse and Manipulation > MAM-B Scope of Application > MAM-B.1 Scope
  • MAM-B.1 Scope

    • MAM-B.1.1

      This Module shall apply to:

      (a) Any behaviour or conduct occurring within Bahrain; or any transaction or expected transaction done by or on behalf of any person(s) within Bahrain in relation to securities offered, issued or listed in Bahrain or elsewhere;
      (b) Any behaviour or conduct occurring outside Bahrain or any transaction or expected transaction done by or on behalf of any person(s) outside Bahrain in relation to securities offered, listed or issued in Bahrain;
      (c) Any behaviour or conduct occurring within Bahrain; or any transaction or expected transaction done by or on behalf of any person(s) within Bahrain in relation to:
      (i) Futures contracts, whether traded on a futures market in Bahrain or elsewhere; or
      (ii) Leveraged foreign exchange trading contracts, whether in Bahrain or elsewhere; and
      (d) Any behaviour or conduct occurring outside Bahrain; or any transaction or expected transaction done by or on behalf of any person(s) outside Bahrain in relation to:
      (i) Futures contracts traded on a futures market in Bahrain;
      (ii) Leveraged foreign exchange trading contracts in Bahrain; or
      (iii) Leveraged foreign exchange trading contracts that are accessible from Bahrain.
      November 2010

    • MAM-B.1.2

      This Module is applicable to all market participants and relevant persons, including but not limited to issuers of securities or any person acting on their behalf, licensed exchanges, licensed market operators, licensed clearing houses, depositories, investment firms, business trusts, collective investment undertakings, listed companies, any person acting for or on behalf of listed companies, shareholders of listed companies, share registrars, lead managers, underwriters, professional advisors, listing agents, auditors, financial analysts and any other person who engages or encourages others to engage in any acts of commission or omission covered by the scope of this Module, irrespective of whether such person is a market particpant or not.

      November 2010

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