[(1) In this Act “controller”, in relation to an undertaking (“B”), means a person (“A”) who falls within any of the cases in subsection (2).
(2) The cases are where A holds—
(a) 10% or more of the shares in B or in a parent undertaking of B (“P”);
(b) 10% or more of the voting power in B or P; or
(c) shares or voting power in B or P as a result of which A is able to exercise significant influence over the management of B.
(3) For the purposes of calculations relating to this section, the holding of shares or voting power by a person (“A1”) includes any shares or voting power held by another (“A2”) if A1 and A2 are acting in concert.
(4) In this section “shares”—
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