43. Approval to perform Controlled Functions and Recognised Functions

(1) An Authorised Person ("A") must take reasonable care to ensure that no person performs a Controlled Function in the business of A that is specified in the Rules as a Controlled Function requiring the Regulator's approval, unless that person is an Approved Person acting in accordance with an Approval given by the Regulator under this Part in relation to that function.
(2) A person ("P") must not perform a Controlled Function in the business of an Authorised Person that is specified in the Rules as a Controlled Function requiring the Regulator's approval, unless P is an Approved Person acting in accordance with an Approval given by the Regulator under this Part in relation to that function.
(3) An Authorised Person ("A") must take reasonable care to ensure that no person performs a Recognised Function in the business of A that is specified in the Rules as a Recognised Function requiring A's approval, unless that person has been appointed as a Recognised Person by A in relation to that function.
(4) A person ("P") must not perform a Recognised Function in the business of an Authorised Person that is specified in the Rules as a Recognised Function requiring A's approval, unless P has been appointed as a Recognised Person in relation to that function.