Merging companies to form a new company
Three working days after completing all necessary procedures
(0.0004) of the paid in capital, where the collected fee should not exceed JD (3,000) per annum.
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Merging of two companies to form a new company where the merger application submitted by the new company will be reviewed to make sure that it fulfills all the conditions and requirements specified in the Directives, then the merged companies will be de-listed and the new company will be listed according to particular procedures.
Conditions for obtaining service-Completing the necessary procedures at the JSC and SDC. - providing the ASE with the merger requirements and conditions stated in articles (4),(5),(6) of Listing Securities Directives. -A quittance certificate issued by the Administrative and Financial Department at the ASE.
1-Suspending the shares of the merged companies from trading after receiving the Companies General Controller announcement which contains a brief of merger contract, results of the re-evaluation and the opening balance sheet for the merging company
2-Delisting the merged companies after the ASE is informed of the Minister of Industry and Trade's decision to remove them from the Ministry of Industry and Trade's Records.
3-Studying the listing application submitted by the new company to make sure it contains all the required information.
4-Applying “Listing the Shares of Public Shareholding Companies” procedures as explained in the service number (1) above.
The application is submitted by the new company attached with following documents:
1-Minutes of the General Assembly Meeting for the merged companies include the approvalon the merger.
2-The balance sheet of the companies before the merger.
3-The Ministry of Industry and Trade Approval on the merger.
4-Merger committee report.
5-Opening balance sheet for the new company resulted from merger.
6-Shares allocating equation.
7-A Statementcontains the names of company’s shareholders and the number of shares owned by them and the ratio of non -Jordanian ownership in the company.
8-Board of Directors’ decision of the new company regarding the merger.
9-The company's annual report for the merged companies for the past fiscal year, which includes the company's board of directors' report, the company's financial statements and the company auditors' report.
10-All required documents according to the Article (4) of Listing Securities Directives
Persons benefiting from the servicePublic Shareholding Companies
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