(1) The directors of a quoted company must deliver to the registrar for each financial year of the company a copy of—
(a) the company's annual accounts,
(b) the directors' remuneration report, . . .
[(ba) the strategic report,]
(c) the directors' report[, and
(d) any separate corporate governance statement].
(2) They must also deliver a copy of the auditor's report on those accounts (and on the directors' remuneration report[, [the strategic report (where this is covered by the auditor's report),] the directors' report and any separate corporate governance statement]).
(3) The copies of the balance sheet, the directors' remuneration report[, the strategic report] and the directors' report delivered to the registrar under this section must state the name of the person who signed it on behalf of the board.
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