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Legal and Regulatory Structure

Legal and Regulatory Structure

The Depositories Act, 1999 provides a legal basis for the regulation of depositories in Bangladesh. It gives regulatory responsibility to the Bangladesh Securities and Exchange Commission and enables the commission to make regulations concerning the operation of the depository.

The Commission has published the Depository Regulations, 2000 which set out the criteria for companies that wish to establish depository systems.

The Commission has also published the Depository (User) Regulations, 2003 which are concerned with the organisations that may become participants of the depository.

Depository Regulations
# Page No. Regulation Download
৭৫২-৭৮৫ ডিপজিটরি (ব্যবহারিক) প্রবিধানমালা, ২০০৩ Download
৭৩৮-৭৫১ ডিপজিটরি প্রবিধানমালা, ২০০০ Download
৭২৭-৭৩৭ ডিপজিটরি আইন, ১৯৯৯ Download

Depository Regulation Amendments
# Date of Issue Subject Download
1 24 Sep,2016 Amendment to the Depository (User) Regulations, 2003 Download
2 30 Jun,2010 Notification related to annual BO account maintenance fee Download
3 04 Mar,2010 Order related to depository fee of Tk 150 for January-June 2010 Download
4 07 Dec,2009 Related to depository fee year--- July-June instead of January-December Download
5 02 Apr,2005 Related to depository accounts Download
6 18 Jul,2004 Order related to depository Download
7 11 Apr,2004 Related to amendment of depository user regulation 2003 Download
8 23 Dec,2003 Order related to depository Download
9 20 Jul,2000 Notification (20 July 2000) effecting depository act 1999 Download

CDBL has been granted a Certificate of Business Commencement from the Securities and Exchange Commission to begin operations.

The CDBL Bye Laws , defines the acts and responsibilities of the CDBL, Depository Participants, and Issuers.

CDBL is regulated by the Bangladesh Securities and Exchange Commission (BSEC)