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This Resource Note outlines the main provisions of Chapter 5 of the Disclosure Guidance and Transparency Rules (DTR 5), which deals with the notification obligations of holders and issuers of interests in voting rights in an issuer whose shares are admitted to trading on a regulated or prescribed market in the United Kingdom. It highlights relevant commentary, analysis and resources to assist with the interpretation of, and provide practical guidance on the application of, DTR 5.
Materials covered in this Resource Note include, where relevant:
the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) Handbook
FCA Guidance in the FCA Knowledge Base—Procedural notes and Technical notes (which constitute formal guidance and are binding on the FCA)
FCA consultation papers, discussion papers and policy, feedback statements and warnings
Primary Market Bulletins and other publications
former UKLA technical and procedural notes and the UKLA's newsletter List!, where still relevant to the interpretation or application of a provision
onshored EU legislation
EU Directives and EU Regulations, where still relevant to the interpretation of a provision
materials published by the European Securities and Markets Authority (ESMA)
Lexis®PSL and LexisLibrary resources
Setting the scene
Amendments to DTR 5—end of Brexit implementation period
DTR 5.1—Vote Holder and Issuer Notification Rules—Scope
DTR 5.1.1—Brexit—issuers subject to DTR 5: removing the home/host distinction
DTR 5.1.1—Changes in holdings
DTR 5.1.3 R & DTR 5.1.4 R—Certain voting
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