Board Governance

The CMA Board seeks to implement the best corporate governance practices in performing its regulatory and supervisory functions, by focusing on sensitive issues which are non-routine and expanding communication and participation of related parties. The optimal achievement of applying the board governance model will achieve the following objectives:

  • Ease and limit the Board’s routine work related to different functions.
  • Give departments authorities to take routine decisions.
  • Focus more on CMA's functions that are of high sensitivity or high importance such as identifying and dealing with internal and external risks, policy and strategy development.
  • Overall supervision of CMA's activities and the assessment of its performance.
  • Wider participation in international affairs; such as participating in committees and conferences organized by the International Organization of Securities Commissions (IOSCO).
  • Increase communication with relevant government agencies and other stakeholders.​