[(1) This section applies where a supervisory notice, decision notice or final notice relates to the imposition of a sanction or measure [for breach of—
(a) a provision made in or under this Act for the purpose of implementing the markets in financial instruments directive, or
(b) a provision of the markets in financial instruments regulation].
(2) Where a regulator publishes information under section 391(4) or (5) about a matter to which a supervisory notice or decision notice relates and the person to whom the notice is given refers the matter to the Tribunal, the regulator must, without undue delay, publish on its official website information about the status of the appeal and its outcome.
(3) Subject to subsections (4), (5), and (8) where a regulator gives a final notice, it must, without undue delay, publish on its official website information on the type and na
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