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In a move set to bring its long-running restructuring saga to an end, United Arab Emirates (UAE) energy company Dana Gas says it has reached an agreement with a large majority of certificate-holders of its contentious US$700 million sukuk.
07 June 2018
All but one of the outstanding issues in the long-running dispute over Dana Gas’s US$700 million sukuk will be tried in England before November, the High Court in London has ruled.
04 May 2018
In its latest contradictory order, a court in the UAE emirate of Sharjah has allowed Dana Gas to distribute dividends to shareholders, despite an earlier decision by an English court that bars the company from doing so.
18 April 2018
In the latest twist in its ongoing sukuk saga, Sharjah-based Dana Gas has been barred from paying out dividends until it makes “full provision” to repay holders of its disputed US$700 million Islamic bond.
09 April 2018
United Arab Emirates-incorporated Dana Gas has failed in its latest attempt to overturn English court rulings in the ongoing dispute over the validity of a US$700m Islamic bond.
26 March 2018
The United Arab Emirates introduced its new bankruptcy law to much fanfare in December 2016. Now over a year since the legislation came into force, GRR speaks to local and international experts about its impact and the likely next steps in the regime’s development.
16 March 2018
A Sharjah court has ordered Dana Gas to continue with its legal proceedings in the United Arab Emirates over a US$700 million Islamic bond, despite the presence of an anti-suit injunction issued by an English court in February.
14 March 2018
UAE and English law issues in the ongoing Dana Gas Islamic bond dispute “cannot realistically or sensibly be disentangled,” the High Court in London has ruled, concluding after a three-day hearing that it should decide all of the case, rather than have some issues go before a Sharjah court.
01 February 2018
UAE-incorporated Dana Gas has suffered another setback in its attempts to challenge the validity of its US$700 million Islamic bond, after the English Court of Appeal refused two of its appeal applications.
19 December 2017
United Arab Emirates-based Dana Gas says it will pursue appeals against a recent English High Court ruling on the validity of a US$700 milion Islamic bond, after the Sharjah Court of Appeal lifted an anti-suit injunction that had stopped the company from taking part in the English trial.
04 December 2017
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