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TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO SECURITIES
AND EXCHANGE COMMISSION
In the Matter of Section 40 of the Securities Act, 2012
In the Matter of By-Law 61 (2) of the Securities
(General) By-Laws, 2015
In the Matter of an Application by the Trinidad and Tobago
Stock Exchange Limited for rescinding Rule 200 (3) of the
Trinidad and Tobago Stock Exchange Rules
TAKE NOTICE that the Trinidad and Tobago Securities and Exchange Commission
("the Commission") will convene a hearing to consider an application by the
Trinidad and Tobago Stock Exchange Limited for rescinding Rule 200 (3) of the
Trinidad and Tobago Stock Exchange Rules.
Rule 200 (3) provides as follows:
" A member may not accept instructions or adopt any procedure which would
in any way or for any purpose override his duty to execute such a transaction
to the best advantage of his client in his judgment at the time of dealing."
AND TAKE NOTICE that this hearing will be an expedited hearing pursuant to Rule
11 of the Securities Industry (Hearings and Settlements) Practice Rules, 2008 and
will be held at the offices of the Commission at 57-59 Dundonald Street, Port of
Spain on Thursday February 9, 2017 at 10:00 a.m.
Affected parties who wish to be heard at the hearing, may appear in person or by
counsel. Such parties are requested to make written submissions addressed to the
Commission's General Counsel/Corporate Secretary by 4:00 p.m. on February 3,
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call the General Counsel/Corporate Secretary
to the Commission at 624-2991 Ext. 1211 to indicate whether you will be attending
and/or the name(s) of your representative(s) by 4:00 p.m. on February 3, 2017.
Members of the public wishing to attend the hearing should confirm their attendance
using the contact information provided above by February 3, 2017 and indicate
that they are attending as a member of the public.
Dated January 26, 2017
BY ORDER OF THE COMMISSION
...as Son saves Spurs from upset
LONDON --- Liverpool's season continues to
implode after second-tier side Wolverhampton
Wanderers inflicted the latest setback in the
FA Cup yesterday.
Wolves won 2-1 at Anfield to cap a week of misery
for Juergen Klopp. The English Premier League title
challenge faltered further by losing to Swansea, and
the League Cup run ended in a semifinal defeat to
Another Premier League challenger came close
to a greater humiliation in the FA Cup but Totten-
ham managed to fight back against fourth-tier side
Wycombe Wanderers. Son Heung-min pounced in
the seventh minute of stoppage time to recover Tot-
tenham's 4-3 victory.
For the first time in 130 years, Lincoln will be in
the fifth round after the non-league side upset sec-
ond-tier League Championship leader Brighton 3-1.
Premier League leader Chelsea had no trouble ad-
vancing, routing second-tier west London neighbour
Brentford 4-0. An all Premier League-meeting saw
Manchester City beat Crystal Palace 3-0.
LIVERPOOL 1, WOLVES 2
Since beating Manchester City on New Year's Eve,
Liverpool has won only once in 2017, against fourth-
tier side Plymouth in the third round of the FA Cup.
Losing to Wolves at the next hurdle leaves Klopp
with only the Premier League to contend for and
Liverpool is 10 points behind Chelsea heading into
Tuesday's game against the leader.
Klopp was angered by his team's collapse against
Wolves but accepted responsibility for the "very bad
"If someone asks if this is the lowest point of my
Liverpool time until now, I don't know," he said. "But
if it is, it is a perfect moment to turn because it is
not possible to go lower.
"I don't think it is the right time to talk about be-
ing positive or optimistic. In this moment we feel
The status of the FA Cup has diminished as even
League Championship teams like Wolves use the
competition to rest players.
So while Liverpool retained only two players from
the semifinal loss to Southampton, Wolves also made
seven changes from its last league fixture.
Richard Stearman headed Wolves in front in the
first minute at Anfield and Andreas Weimann dou-
bled the visitors' lead four minutes before halftime.
Divock Origi pulled one back in the 86th but Liver-
pool couldn't force a replay against a team which is
18th in the 24-team League Championship.
"I'm responsible for it," Klopp said.
Wolves were once a leading team in English soccer,
winning three top-flight titles in the 1950s before
collecting the FA Cup for a fourth and final time in
1960. The central England team, which was bought
last year by Chinese conglomerate Fosun Interna-
tional, has been out of the Premier League since 2012.
TOTTENHAM 4, WYCOMBE 3
CRYSTAL PALACE 0, MANCHESTER CITY 3
CHELSEA 4, BRENTFORD 0
SOUTHAMPTON 0, ARSENAL 5
BURNLEY 2, BRISTOL CITY 0
OXFORD 3, NEWCASTLE 0
Liverpool was Wolves' second Premier League
victim this season, having knocked out Stoke in
the third round. (AP)
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