129. Notification requirements

(1) The Regulator may make Rules requiring a Recognised Body to give it —
(a) notice of such events relating to the body as may be Specified; and
(b) such information in respect of those events as may be Specified.
(2) The Rules may also require a Recognised Body to give the Regulator, at such times or in respect of such periods as may be Specified, such information relating to the body as may be Specified.
(3) An obligation imposed by the Rules extends only to a notice or information which the Regulator may reasonably require for the exercise of its functions under these Regulations.
(4) The Rules may require information to be given in a Specified form and to be verified in a Specified manner.
(5) If a Recognised Body —
(a) alters or revokes any of its rules or guidance; or
(b) proposes to make new rules, makes new rules or issues new guidance;
it must give written notice to the Regulator without delay.
(6) If a Recognised Investment Exchange makes a change —
(a) in the arrangements it makes for the provision by another person of clearing services in respect of transactions effected on the exchange; or
(b) in the criteria which it applies when determining to whom it will provide services falling within section 119(1)(b);
it must give written notice to the Regulator without delay.
(7) If a Recognised Clearing House makes a change —
(a) in the Recognised Investment Exchanges for whom it provides clearing services or services falling within section 119(2)(b); or
(b) in the criteria which it applies when determining to whom (other than Recognised Investment Exchanges) it will provide clearing services or services falling within section 119(2)(b);
it must give written notice to the Regulator without delay.
(8) Subsections (5) to (7) do not apply to a Non-Abu Dhabi Global Market Investment Exchange or a Non-Abu Dhabi Global Market Clearing House.