[(1) The [FCA] may make rules (“Part 6 rules”) for the purposes of this Part.
(2) Provisions of Part 6 rules expressed to relate to the official list are referred to in this Part as “listing rules”.
(3) . . .
[(4) Provisions of Part 6 rules expressed to relate to transferable securities are referred to in this Part as “prospectus rules”.
(5) In relation to prospectus rules, the purposes of this Part include the purposes of the prospectus [regulation].]
[(6) Transparency rules and corporate governance rules are not listing rules. . . or prospectus rules, but are Part 6 rules.]]
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