Chapter 2 of Part 1 of the Companies (Audit, Investigations and Community Enterprise) Act 2004 (accounts and reports) is amended as follows.
(1) Section 14 (supervision of periodic accounts and reports of issuers of listed securities) is amended as follows.
(2) In subsection (2)(a)—
(a) for “listed” substitute “transferable”;
(b) for “listing” substitute “Part 6”.
(3) In subsection (3)(a)—
(4) In subsection (7)(b) for “listed” substitute “transferable”.
(5) In subsection (12)—
(a) for ““listed securities” and “listing rules” have” substitute ““Part 6 rules” has”;
(b) for the definition of “issuer” substitute—
““issuer” has the
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