[(1) This section applies where Part 26A of the Companies Act 2006 (“the 2006 Act”) (arrangements and reconstructions: companies in financial difficulty) applies in relation to a company which—
(a) is, or has been, an authorised person or recognised investment exchange;
(b) is, or has been, any of the following—
(i) an electronic money institution;
(ii) an authorised payment institution;
(iii) a small payment institution;
(iv) a registered account information service provider;
(c) is, or has been, an appointed representative; or
(d) is carrying on, or has carried on, a regulated activity in contravention of the general prohibition.
(2) A relevant applicant must give notice
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