(1) A quoted company [or unquoted traded company] must ensure that its annual accounts and reports—
(a) are made available on a website, and
(b) [subject to subsection (4ZA),] remain so available until the annual accounts and reports for the company's next financial year are made available in accordance with this section.
(2) The annual accounts and reports must be made available on a website that—
(a) is maintained by or on behalf of the company, and
(b) identifies the company in question.
[(2A) If the directors' remuneration policy of a quoted company [or unquoted traded company] is revised in accordance with section 422A, [or amended as mentioned in section 226B(1)(b) or section 226C(1)(b),] the company must ensure that the revised [or amended] policy is made available on the website on which its annual accounts and reports are made available.
(2B) If a person ceases to be a director of a quoted company [or of an unquoted traded company], the company must ensure that the following information is made available on the website on which its annual accounts and reports are made available—
(a) the name of the person concerned,
(b) particulars of any remuneration payment (within the meaning of Chapter 4A of Part 10) made or to be made to the person after ceasing to be a director, including its amount and how it was calculated, and
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