[(1) The FCA must make general rules requiring specified authorised persons to provide information about the availability of financial guidance to the descriptions of persons specified in the rules.
(2) The rules may specify the circumstances in which the duty to provide the information applies.
(3) Before the FCA publishes a draft of any rules to be made by virtue of this section, it must consult—
(a) the Secretary of State,
(b) the Treasury, and
(c) the [Money and Pensions Service].
(4) In this section—
“financial guidance” means information, guidance or advice
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