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The Financial Services and Markets Act 2000 (Transparency of Securities Financing Transactions and of Reuse) Regulations 2016

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13.  Section 312E (public censure), 312F (financial penalties), 312G (proposal to take disciplinary measures), 312H (decision notice) and 312I(1) (publication) of the Act apply in relation to the contravention by a recognised body of a requirement under regulation 11(4) as they apply in relation to the contravention by a recognised body of a relevant requirement, but with—

(a)references to the appropriate regulator being read to refer to—

(i)the Bank, where the recognised body is a recognised central counterparty;

(ii)the FCA, where the recognised body is any other financial or non-financial counterparty;

(b)in sub-paragraph (b) of section 312I, the reference to section 393(4) being read to refer to regulation 19.

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Section 312E, 312F, 312G, 312H and 312I were inserted by the Financial Services Act 2012, section 33.

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