[(1) The Treasury may by order prohibit ring-fenced bodies from—
(a) entering into transactions of a specified kind or with persons falling within a specified class;
(b) establishing or maintaining a branch in a specified country or territory;
(c) holding in specified circumstances shares or voting power in companies of a specified description.
(2) In deciding whether to make an order under this section imposing a prohibition, the Treasury must—
(a) have regard to the risks to which a ring-fenced body would be exposed if it did the thing to which the prohibition relates, and
(b) consider whether the doing of that
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