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Dubai Financial Services Authority (DFSA)
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Conduct of Business Module (COB) [VER33/07-19]
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COB 8.10.1

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(1) A Credit Rating AgencyG must, for a minimum of six years, maintain sufficient records in relation to each activity and function of the Credit Rating AgencyG and, where appropriate, audit trails of its Credit Rating ActivitiesG . These must include, where applicable, the following:
(a) for each Credit RatingG :
(i) the identity of the Rating AnalystsG participating in the determination of the Credit RatingG ;
(ii) the identity of the individuals who have approved the Credit RatingG ;
(iii) information as to whether the Credit RatingG was solicited or unsolicited;
(iv) information to support the Credit RatingG ;
(v) the Accounting RecordsG relating to fees and charges received from or in respect of the Rating SubjectG ;
(vi) the internal records and files, including non-public information and working papers, used to form the basis of any Credit RatingG ; and
(vii) credit analysis and credit assessment reports including any internal records and non-public information and working papers used to form the basis of the opinions expressed in such reports;
(b) the Accounting RecordsG relating to fees received from any person in relation to services provided by the Credit Rating AgencyG ;
(c) the Accounting RecordsG for each subscriber to the Credit Rating Agency'sG services;
(d) the records documenting the established procedures, methodologies, models and assumptions used by the Credit Rating AgencyG to determine Credit RatingsG ; and
(e) copies of internal and external communications, including electronic communications, received and sent by the Credit Rating AgencyG and its EmployeesG that relate to Credit Rating ActivitiesG .
(2) For the purposes of (1), the six year period commences from the date the Credit RatingG is disclosed to the public or distributed by subscription.
[Added] DFSA RM97/2012 (Made 24th July 2012) [VER20/07-12]
[Amended] DFSA RM123/2013 (Made 13th June 2013) [VER22/07-13]