Where the Exchange has reason to believe that there is a lack of genuine open market in the securities of an issuer, or that the securities of an issuer may be concentrated in the hands of a few shareholders to the detriment or without the knowledge of the investing public, the issuer must forthwith upon request by the Exchange:
(a) publish an announcement in accordance with rule 2.07C
to inform the public that its securities may not have a genuine market or its shareholding may have been concentrated in the hands of a few shareholders; and remind the public to exercise caution when dealing in its securities; and
(b) conduct an investigation under section 329 of the Securities and Futures Ordinance and publish an announcement in accordance with rule 2.07C
containing the findings of the investigation.