Guidance, Templates and Policy Statements
ADGM and its three Authorities have issued relevant guidance to communicate and explain the principles that underpin the legal framework, which is based on English Common Law.
The guidance for applicants provides information on completing the application to register an entity in ADGM and should be read in conjunction with the relevant legislation. The Guidance Notes do not cover other requirements as set out in the relevant legislation such as contact with the court and other internal obligations that a company will need to consider and carry out.
The following guidance notes provide information and interpretation on ADGM’s commercial legislation for existing registered entities.
The Registration Authority in ADGM is adopting a process that all retail businesses are required to obtain an Abu Dhabi Government Authorities approval prior to operating the businesses.
Find below a variety of Resolutions templates that can be used to support your application. Please note that the Resolutions templates are drafted in the proposed format but can be modified according to your particular requirements. You may choose to use the Resolutions templates in their present form or modify them according to your particular requirements. The Resolutions templates do not constitute legal advice or opinion of any kind.
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Below are a variety of Registry Templates. You may choose to use these templates in their present form or modify them according to your particular requirements.
Kindly note that these have been issued by the Registration Authority as guidance only and we do not take any responsibility for any losses or liabilities that may arise from the use of these templates.
This guide is for ADGM registered entities that are subject to data protection obligations (i.e. Data Controllers). It explains the purpose and effect of each of the general principles on processing personal data, gives practical examples and answers frequently asked questions.
The Data Protection Self-Assessment Questionnaire has been developed to assist registered entities to assess the level of compliance that currently exists within their organisation and to highlight those areas which are likely to require attention.