Publication of decision notices, final notices and supervisory notices

8.9 Generally, the Registrar’s policy is:
a. not to publish decision notices;
b. publish final notices if the matter has not been referred to the ADGM Courts within one month; and
c. publish such information about a supervisory notice as the Registrar considers appropriate.
8.10 The Registrar may publish a decision notice if doing so will protect the public. If the Registrar publishes a decision notice, the Registrar will indicate that the person who is the subject of the decision notice has a right to appeal to the ADGM Courts.
8.11 Under section 51(2) of CLR 2015, a person to whom a decision notice is given or copied may not publish the notice or any details concerning it unless the Registrar has published the notice or those details.
8.12 Such a disclosure is a contravention under section 51(12) of CLR 2015 and the Registration Authority will, where appropriate, take action accordingly.
8.13 The Registrar may not publish a decision notice, final notice or supervisory notice if publication would be:
a. unfair to the person subject to the decision notice;
b. detrimental to the interests of participants of the ADGM registered entities and their stakeholders; or
c. detrimental to the interests of the ADGM.
8.14 Under section 51(2) of CLR 2015, a person to whom a decision notice is given or copied may not publish the notice or any details concerning it unless the Registrar has published the notice or those details.
8.15 Such a disclosure is a contravention under section 51(12) of CLR 2015 and the Registration Authority will, where appropriate, take action accordingly.