57 Prohibition orders: procedure and right to refer to Tribunal
57 Prohibition orders: procedure and right to refer to Tribunal

(1)     If [a regulator] proposes to make a prohibition order it must give the individual concerned a warning notice.

(2)     The warning notice must set out the terms of the prohibition.

(3)     If [a regulator] decides to make a prohibition order it must give the individual concerned a decision notice.

(4)     The decision notice must—

(a)     name the individual to whom the prohibition order applies;

(b)     set out the terms of the order; and

(c)     be given to the individual named in the order.

(5)     A person against whom a decision to make a prohibition order is made may refer the matter to the Tribunal.

[(6)     If—

(a)     the FCA proposes to make a prohibition order, and

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