Dubai’s Multi Commodities Centre has announced various new rules and regulations. They will come into force on 2 January 2020. The aim is to make it easier to do business and set-up in the Centre. The new regulations update the Centre’s existing company law framework to provide greater flexibility and make it easier to operate for businesses registered with the Centre. Key amendments include increased flexibility around a company’s Articles of Association; the introduction of different share types, allowing businesses to tailor their shareholding structures; a new dormant status and an increased ability to transfer company incorporation in the Centre.
Elsewhere, the Chairman of Ajman Free Zone has announced it has launched a new Business Hub. It will be available to freelancers, entrepreneurs and businesses who operate in the Zone. It has been specifically designed to provide investors in the Zone with a comprehensive range of services.