[191A Objection by the [appropriate regulator]]

[Enforcement procedures]

[191A  Objection by the [appropriate regulator]]

[(1)     The [appropriate regulator] may object to a person's control over a UK authorised person in any of the circumstances specified in subsection (2).

(2)     The circumstances are that the [appropriate regulator] reasonably believes that—

(a)     the person acquired or increased control without giving notice under section 178(1) in circumstances where notice was required;

(b)     the person is in breach of a condition imposed under section 187; or

(c)     there are grounds for objecting to control on the basis of the matters in section 186.

(3)     The [appropriate regulator]—

(a)     must take into account whether influence

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