(1) The Panel must take such steps as it considers appropriate to co-operate with—
[(a) the Financial Conduct Authority;
(aa) the Prudential Regulation Authority;
(ab) the Bank of England;]
(b) . . .
(c) any other person or body that exercises functions of a public nature, under legislation in any country or territory outside the United Kingdom, that appear to the Panel to be similar to its own functions or those of the [Financial Conduct Authority or the Prudential Regulation Authority or similar to the regulatory functions of the Bank of England].
(2) Co-operation may include the sharing of information that
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