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Budget leaves realty players disappointed. Realty sector needs investment flexibility to spur growth. GDRs are offered to institutional investors through a private offering and are subject to the trading and settlement procedures of the LSE. One of the reasons that Dubai real estate companies may choose to trade GDRs is due to the land ownership rules in Dubai which restrict foreign ownership to certain 'designated' areas.
If a plot of land is not in a designated area, ownership is restricted to nationals of the Gulf Cooperation Council GCC or companies wholly owned by them.
By trading in GDRs, the ownership of the shares can remain with a bank which satisfies the nationality requirements of land ownership in Dubai but the GDRs can still be traded by non-GCC nationals. GDRs often appeal to companies in the Middle East and other emerging markets as they enable issuers to offer securities in a sophisticated and developed market, such as London, thereby allowing them access to a broad range of international investors that they would otherwise not be able to reach.
A listing of GDRs on the LSE requires adherence to a lower standard of corporate governance and disclosure requirements than a premium listing of equity shares would. Companies in the UAE are attracted to a listing on the LSE as against a listing on the DFM for many reasons including the added prestige, access to a greater number of investors and the ability to benefit from being able to list a lower proportion of its shares than would be required under the DFM regulations. It is thought that this change will encourage many family businesses to seek to raise funds via an initial public offering IPO.
The regulations governing the DFM also prevent the founder of a company from personally making a cash return from a listing for a minimum of two years, which may also make an overseas listing more appealing. A listing on the LSE also means that investors are not investing in an 'emerging market', as is the case with shares listed on the DFM, thereby avoiding any negative connotations and financial risk that is associated with investing in such a 'secondary' market.
Dubai Parks and Resorts is responsible for developing three theme parks in Dubai, namely a Legoland, a Hollywood amusement resort and a Bollywood movie theme park. The listing allows international investors to indirectly invest in the leisure, travel and tourism market in Dubai which is aiming to attract 20 million visitors a year by when the Emirate hosts the Expo. Also, the company applying for the listing should have been incorporated for a minimum of two years, with audited financial statements issued for each year.
This has allowed international investors to indirectly invest in the highly popular retail sector in Dubai. Emaar Malls Group PJSC owns four significant malls, 30 community shopping centres and other retail space in Dubai consisting of approximately 5. The addition of the DFM to the emerging market index increases the attractiveness of the DFM to foreign investors, which should encourage more companies from both the UAE and internationally to list their securities on it.