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The Financial Services Act 2012 (FSA 2012) created three offences relating to market manipulation where, formerly under section 397 of the Financial Services and Markets Act 2000 (FSMA 2000), there were only two offences (misleading statements and misleading practices). Following the commencement of FSA 2012 on 1 April 2013 the section 397 offences were repealed. The offences created by FSA 2012 are:
making false or misleading statements or dishonestly concealing material facts under FSA 2012, s 89
creating false or misleading impressions under FSA 2012, s 90, and
making false or misleading statements etc in relation to benchmarks under FSA 2012, s 91
See also Practice Notes: Misleading statements etc in relation to benchmarks and Misleading impressions under Financial Services Act 2012.
For information on the previous regime for market manipulation under FSMA 2000, s 397, see Practice Note: Misleading the market and market manipulation under s 397 FSMA 2000 [Archived].
A person commits a misleading statement offence if they make a statement or conceals the facts with the intention of inducing, or is reckless as to whether making it or concealing them may induce, another person (whether or not the person to whom the statement is made):
to enter into or offer to enter into, or to refrain
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