11.6.8 Notification of Decision

Past version: Effective up to 02 Jun 2019

(1) CDP shall notify all Clearing Members of the Disciplinary Committee's decision (together with such details as CDP thinks appropriate).
(2) CDP may make the decision public (together with such details as CDP thinks appropriate). For avoidance of doubt, this includes publication of the following information:—
(a) the particulars of the Clearing Member,
(b) the particulars of the charge,
(c) the underlying facts in respect of the charge,
(d) the findings and decision of the Disciplinary Committee or the Appeals Committee (as applicable),
(e) the basis of the findings and decision of the Disciplinary Committee or the Appeals Committee (as applicable),
(f) the powers exercised by the Disciplinary Committee or the Appeals Committee (as applicable).
(3) This Rule operates as irrevocable consent by a Clearing Member for CDP to publish or notify a decision. The consent remains valid and effective notwithstanding that it ceases to be a Clearing Member. A Clearing Member cannot initiate any action or proceeding against CDP or members of the Disciplinary Committee for publishing or notifying a decision under this Rule.