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The Trade Repositories (Amendment and Transitional Provision) (EU Exit) Regulations 2018

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  1. Introductory Text

  2. PART 1 General provision

    1. 1.Citation and commencement

  3. PART 2 Amendment of retained direct EU legislation: the European Markets Infrastructure Regulation

    1. 2.Amendment of provision in respect of registration of a trade repository

    2. 3.Amendment of provision in respect of the requirements for trade repositories

    3. 4.Interpretation

  4. PART 3 Transitional and saving provision

    1. CHAPTER 1 Advance applications

      1. 5.Advance application for registration as a trade repository

      2. 6.Assessment of whether an advance application is complete

      3. 7.Determination of an advance application

      4. 8.Effect of determining an advance application

    2. CHAPTER 2 Temporary registration

      1. 9.Temporary deemed registration under the European Markets Infrastructure Regulation

      2. 10.Application of regulation 9

      3. 11.Conditions to be satisfied for regulation 9 to apply

      4. 12.Period during which regulation 9 is to apply

      5. 13.Cessation following a determination by the FCA

    3. CHAPTER 2A Temporary registration for run-off period

      1. 13A.Temporary deemed registration under the European Markets Infrastructure Regulation for run-off period

      2. 13B.Application of regulation 13A

      3. 13C.Condition to be satisfied for regulation 13A to apply

      4. 13D.Period during which regulation 13A is to apply

      5. 13E.Transitional arrangements during the run-off period

      6. 13F.Notification of a decision to impose requirements under regulation 13E

      7. 13G.Right to refer to the Tribunal

      8. 13H.Application of Part 9 of the Financial Services and Markets Act 2000

    4. CHAPTER 3 Registration conversion

      1. 14.Registration under the European Markets Infrastructure Regulation

      2. 15.Application of regulation 14

      3. 16.Conditions to be satisfied for regulation 14 to apply

      4. 17.Notification for registration

      5. 18.Acknowledgement of receipt

      6. 19.FCA's response

    5. CHAPTER 4 General provisions

      1. 20.Misleading the FCA: criminal offence

      2. 21.Further information to be supplied by a person to whom regulation 9 or 14 applies

      3. 22.Directions

      4. 23.Interpretation

  5. Signature

  6. Explanatory Note

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