UAE Users

Information for UAE users:

Investment through Buckscapital involves financing to small and medium sized businesses, so your investment can go down as well as up. Buckscapital FZC is registered and licensed as a Free zone company under the Rules and Regulations of Sharjah International Airport Free Zone. Buckscapital FZC registered address is Q1 -138, Saif zone, Post Box no: 123385, Sharjah, United Arab Emirates.

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Past performance is not a reliable indicator of future returns. The value of securities and the income from them, if any, may fall as well as rise. Investing in securities involves risks, including those arising from the currency exchange rate. Because the return and principal value of an investment in securities will fluctuate with changes in market conditions, an investor's securities, when redeemed, may be worth more or less than their original cost. Investors may also incur a sales charge when purchasing securities, as a result of which, in the absence of investment returns, investors will not get back the amount invested.

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Charity Law in UAE: allow to up load request for donation and charitable contribution from any person or charitable organization in UAE with the consent of Islamic Affairs and Charitable Activity Department. It is banned to collect donations or advertise fundraising campaigns without prior written approval from the Islamic Affairs and Charitable Activities Department. Keeping such malpractices in mind, His Highness Shaikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice-President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai, issued a decree to streamline fundraising and charitable donation on April 20.

Pursuant to the Decree 9/2015, it is strictly banned to collect donations or advertise fundraising campaigns through all forms of media without prior written approval from the Islamic Affairs and Charitable Activities Department (IACAD) in Dubai.

Exempted from this law are the campaigns launched by the President, His Highness Shaikh Khalifa, Shaikh Mohammed and Their Highnesses, Members of the Supreme Council, the Crown Princes and the Deputy Rulers.
Also, donations collected by government entities in collaboration with the IACAD in Dubai are exempted.

The decree also prescribed the IACAD to encourage community members to donate, revise and approve fundraising requests, monitor fundraising activities in Dubai, audit raised funds and confiscate any funds raised in violation to the decree and its subsequent policies and procedures.

Any violation of the decree can invite two months to one year imprisonment and a fine of Dh5,000 to Dh100,000, or one of the defined penalties as the court may deem fit. Employees of IACAD, named by a resolution issued by the Director General, reserve the right to act as judicial officers and may accordingly investigate and document any violations of this decree in coordination with any authorized entity, including the police.

The IACAD is the only body concerned with fundraising or collecting donation, advertising or urging the public and institutions for the same. ”A written approval from the department needs to be furnished before initiating any fundraising, “Staff officers, judicially empowered, shall then oversee, audit and investigate all the contributions collected and spent, and even enforce law in coordination with the police.”

Investment restrictions:

Islam forbids gambling in any form. Consequentially, derivatives, forwards, options and futures are prohibited. Other forbidden practices include short selling, margin, and scalping trading. Day trading is considered akin to maisir. Marketable securities generally have a multi-day settlement period, during which time the underlying instruments, while cleared, are not formally registered in the name of the purchaser.

The payment or receipt of interests are considered usury and unjust. Debt is also disapproved making investments in highly leveraged companies unacceptable. Funds cannot pay fixed or guaranteed return on capital. Instead of borrowing and lending, Islamic finance relies on sharing the ownership of the assets and therefore risk and profit/loss. Companies involved in prohibited business activities cannot be part of a Shariah fund strategy. Prohibited business activities can relate to food (production and sales of alcoholic beverages including pubs and restaurants, pork products, tobacco), gambling (casinos, on-line gambling, betting, lottery schemes), adult oriented (video, magazines, on-line material, strip clubs), dubious, immoral and illicit trades (prostitution, drugs).