In some cases, a firm's immediate parent may be an intermediate company. In such cases, provided that the intermediate company is not an operating company (for example, because it has been established to hold the Group's Middle East subsidiaries or because it was established for tax purposes) the firm may refer to the intermediate company's parent's name in their name, provided that the name does not mislead in any way.

Derived from Notice of Updates (Made 14th July 2015). July 2015 Edition