[(1) An authorised person who is the management company in relation to a [UK] UCITS must report to the [FCA] at specified intervals of not more than 12 months about any investment in derivative instruments during the specified period to which the report relates.
(2) The report must be in the specified form and contain the specified information.
(3) The [FCA] must review the regularity and completeness of the information provided by each management company under subsection (1).
(4) In this section, “specified” means specified—
(a) in rules made by the [FCA] to implement the UCITS directive, or
[(a) in rules 6.12.3 and 6.12.3A, and annex 2R to chapter 6, of the Collective Investment Schemes sourcebook, or]
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