In Part 6 of the Financial Services and Markets Act 2000 after the sections inserted by section 1266 above insert—
(1) The competent authority may by notice in writing given to a person to whom this section applies require him—
(a) to provide specified information or information of a specified description, or
(b) to produce specified documents or documents of a specified description.
(2) This section applies to—
(a) an issuer in respect of whom transparency rules have effect;
(b) a voteholder;
(c) an auditor of—
(i) an issuer to whom this section applies, or
(ii) a voteholder;
(d) a person who controls a voteholder;
(e) a person controlled by a voteholder;
(f) a director or other similar officer of an issuer to whom this section applies;
<(g) a director or other similar officer of a voteholder or, where the affairs of a voteholder are managed by its members, a member of the voteholder.<
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