[[(1) If the [FCA] considers that—
(a) an issuer of listed securities, or
(b) an applicant for listing,
has contravened any provision of listing rules, it may impose on him a penalty of such amount as it considers appropriate.
(1ZA) . . .]
[(1A) If the [FCA] considers that—
(a) an issuer of transferable securities,
(b) a person offering transferable securities to the public or requesting their admission to trading on a regulated market,
(c) an applicant for the approval of a prospectus in relation to transferable securities,
(d) a person on whom a requirement has been imposed under section 87K or 87L, or
(e) any other person to whom [any provision of, or made in accordance with, the prospectus regulation applies],
has contravened a provision of this Part or of prospe
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