‎CMA refers 15 suspects to Public Prosecution over suspicious buying and selling on Dar Al Arkan shares


Dar Al Arkan brand

The Capital Market Authority (CMA), announced recently, June 7, referring 15 suspects, at the side of contributors besides to native and international corporations, to the Public Prosecution over suspicions of violating the Capital Market Law and Market Habits Regulations.

The suspects are accused of manipulative and false practices on the shares of Dar Al Arkan Staunch Property Fashion Co. They positioned determined take and promote orders to absorb an worth on Dar Al Arkan stock tag, along with other take orders to influence high closing auction prices. The suspects generated SAR 96.18 million in illicit beneficial properties from such manipulation.

This came primarily based on the CMA’s efforts to supply protection to the market from unfair besides to illegal practices.


The CMA also mentioned that the Abnormal Secretariat of Committees for Resolution of Securities Disputes (GSCRSD) will expose the violators’ identities to the final public on its internet location, as soon as the violations are proved and final selections are issued by the Committees for Resolutions of Securities Disputes.

To envision the date of buying and selling and the suspicious securities, click on the link below: