The Pensions Regulator1 must keep in such manner as it thinks fit a register of all persons who are prohibited from acting as a trustee2 and all persons appearing to the Regulator to be prohibited3 (the prohibition register')4. Arrangements made by the Regulator for the prohibition register must secure that the contents of the register are not disclosed or otherwise made available to members of the public except in accordance with the provisions below5.
The Regulator must make arrangements to secure that the prohibition register is open, during its normal working hours, for inspection in person and without notice at:
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