Corporate Governance

About Oasis Capital

Corporate Governance

Oasis capital is committed to comply with the High Level control Module of the Central Bank of Bahrain’s Rule Book and the Corporate Governance Code issued by the Bahrain Ministry of Industry and Commerce, both of which deal with corporate governance issues.

Oasis Capital consistently seeks to achieve best international corporate governance practice and places great importance on integrity, transparency, accountability, compliance with the law and regulatory requirements, fairness and social responsibility.

Oasis capital’s Board and Board Committee Charters provide the foundation for:

  • The management and oversight of Oasis Capital
  • The promotion of ethical and responsible decision-making
  • Safeguarding integrity in financial reporting
  • Making timely and balanced disclosures
  • Recognising the legitimate rights of all stakeholders
  • Recognising and managing risk
  • Encouraging enhanced performance and remunerating fairly and responsibly

Corporate Governance Guidelines

In accordance with the Corporate Governance Code issued by the Bahrain Ministry of Industry and Commerce and the High Level Control Module of the Central Bank of Bahrain, Oasis Capital has adopted written corporate governance guidelines covering the matters included in the COde, in the HC Module and in the Public Disclosure Module. The guidelines also include other corporate governance matters deemed appropriate by Oasis Capital’s Board of Directors.

Oasis capital’s Board Charter and the Charters of the Board’s Audit & Risk Committee, Executive Committee and Nomination & Compensation Committee include the principles of the Code and the rules of the High Level Control Module. The current Charters approved by Oasis capital’s Board of Directors can be provided upon request.

Shareholder Rights

Shareholder meetings

Oasis capital’s shareholders are encouraged to attend, participate in and vote at Oasis Capital’s shareholder meetings, including the Annual General Meeting which takes place around March/April each year.

Meeting notices, agenda and Chairman’s explanatory letter

Meeting notices, agenda and the accompanying explanatory letter from the Chairman of the Board will be dispatched to Oasis Capital’s shareholders not less than 15 days before each shareholder meeting, in accordance with statutory requirements.

Shareholders may obtain copies of previous shareholder meeting notices, agenda and the Chairman’s explanatory letters upon request to Oasis capital’s CEO, whose contact details are set out below.

Proxy forms

If a shareholder is unable to attend a shareholder meeting, the appropriate corporate or individual proxy form should be completed in order to appoint the shareholder’s representative or, alternatively, Oasis Capital’s share registrars (Keypoint Consulting) to attend the meeting and vote at it on the shareholder’s behalf.

A completed, signed and dated paper copy of the appropriate proxy form should be sent to Keypoint Consulting at the address stated at the end of the shareholder meeting notice and agenda, to arrive not less than 48 hours before the commencement of the meeting.

Minutes of shareholder meetings

Oasis Capital’s shareholders are entitled to obtain a copy of shareholder meeting minutes which will be prepared in Arabic. If you would like a copy of the minutes of a particular shareholder meeting, please contact Oasis Capital’s CEO, whose contact details are below.

Annual report and financial statements

After the end of each financial year, shareholders will be sent a copy of Oasis Capital’s annual report which sets out, amongst other matters, Oasis Capital’s balance sheet and its profit and loss account for the previous financial year, together with the reports of Oasis Capital’s Board of Directors and its auditors.

Shareholder enquiries

  • Please contact Oasis Capital’s CEO, Dr Farid Al Mulla, by telephone on +973 1750 6666
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