The Capital Market Development Authority (CMDA) is an independent institution responsible for developing and regulating the capital market and the pension industry of the Maldives. It has statutory powers to license securities market intermediaries including brokers, dealers, investment advisers, asset managers, custodians, credit rating agencies as well as stock exchanges and central depositories.
Information about companies that have issued securities in the Maldives.
Important information about the market including breach of regulations.
Information on how to lodge an official market related complaint with CMDA.
To sustain the market, enable a common framework for businesses & protect investors.
Issued when deemed necessary or convenient for the implementation of the Securities Act.
Ensures listed companies are governed in accordance with the core principles of integrity.