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22.—(1) The clearing house must have effective arrangements for monitoring and enforcing compliance with its rules.
(2) The arrangements must include procedures for—
(a)investigating complaints made to the clearing house about the conduct of persons in the course of using the clearing house’s facilities; and
(b)the fair, independent and impartial resolution of appeals against decisions of the clearing house.
(3) Where the arrangements include provision for requiring the payment of financial penalties, they must include arrangements for ensuring that any amount so paid is applied only in one or more of the following ways—
(a)towards meeting expenses incurred by the clearing house in the course of the investigation of the breach in respect of which the penalty is paid, or in the course of any appeal against the decision of the clearing house in relation to that breach;
(b)for the benefit of users of the clearing house’s facilities;
(c)for charitable purposes.
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