Deemed connected persons
The Exchange has the power to deem any person to be a connected person.
A deemed connected person includes a person:(1) who has entered, or proposes to enter, into:(a) a transaction with the listed issuer's group; and(b) an agreement, arrangement, understanding or undertaking (whether formal or informal and whether express or implied) with a connected person described in rule 14A.07(1), (2) or (3) with respect to the transaction; and(2) who, in the Exchange's opinion, should be considered as a connected person.
A deemed connected person also includes a person(1) who is:(a) a father in-law, mother-in-law, son-in-law, daughter-in-law, brother-in-law, sister-in-law, grandparent, grandchild, uncle, aunt, cousin, nephew or niece (each a "relative") of a connected person described in rule 14A.07(1), (2) or (3); or
Diagram 15(b) a majority-controlled company held, directly or indirectly, by the relatives (individually or together) or held by the relatives together with the connected person as described in rule 14A.07(1), (2) or (3), the trustees, his immediate family members and/or family members, or any subsidiary of that majority-controlled company; and
Diagram 16(2) whose association with the connected person is such that, in the Exchange's opinion, the proposed transaction should be subject to the connected transaction requirements.
The listed issuer must inform the Exchange of any proposed transaction with the person described in rule 14A.20(1) or 14A.21(1) unless it is exempt from all of the connected transaction requirements. It must provide information to the Exchange to demonstrate whether or not the transaction should be subject to connected transaction requirements.