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Listing Incentives


Listed Companies Incentives

One of the Financial Sector Development Program (FSDP) initiatives is to encourage private sector enterprises to become public shareholding companies through launching a special incentive program for listed companies on the Saudi Stock Exchange (Tadawul).

In line with Vision 2030 of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and the Financial Sector Development Program, one of the pillars is the development of an advanced capital market. Through a series of initiatives, the FSDP aims to boost and encourage private sector companies to list on Tadawul in cooperation with the Capital Market Authority and the relevant governmental entities.

These incentives are part of a series of several incentives will be announced in the future by various government authorities and ministries. The role of Tadawul is to provide the necessary support through continuous awareness of these incentives and the appropriate means in accessing them. Below is a full list of listing incentives that have been launched so far:

Provider Incentive
Saudi Industrial Development Fund Raise the ceiling of funding limits for listed companies

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Ministry of Municipal & Rural Affairs Introduction of a new category of competition for listed companies

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General Investment Authority Facilitate granting of approvals for listed companies to register foreign partners (joint ventures)

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Saudi Food & Drug Authority Allocate a fast track at the Authority's Business Support Center, provide advisory services, and training courses on the electronic systems of the Authority

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Ministry of Health Granting listed companies training programs, preferential reporting and advertising privilege

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