[(1) The [FCA] may not approve a prospectus unless it is satisfied that—
(a) . . .
(b) the prospectus contains the [information required by Article 6(1) or 14(2) of the prospectus regulation], and
(c) all of the other requirements imposed by or in accordance with this Part[, the prospectus regulation or prospectus rules] have been complied with (so far as those requirements apply to a prospectus for the transferable securities in question).
[(2) The necessary information is—
(a) the information required by Article 6(1) of the prospectus regulation, or
(b) in a case within Article 14(1) of that regulation, the information required
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