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CRED 2.5 Numbering: Pages

CRED 2.5.1G

Page numbers are not important in CRED. In the paper version, page numbering starts again at the beginning of each chapter. But each page of a chapter shows:

  1. (1)

    the reference code for the sourcebook or manual;

  2. (2)

    the number and title of the chapter; and

  3. (3)

    the number and title of the section of the chapter.

For example, the first page of Chapter 3 of the Supervision manual shows at the top, on the left 'SUP 3: Auditors' and on the right 'Section 1: Application'. In addition, each page of a chapter shows, at the foot of the page, the number of the last paragraph on the page.

CRED 2.5.2G

Each page of an annex shows, at the top of the page, the reference code, number and title of the chapter to which the annex relates, and the number and status of the annex.

CRED 2.5.3G

Each page of an appendix shows, at the top of the page, the reference code of the sourcebook or manual to which the appendix relates, and the number and title of the appendix.

CRED 2.5.4G

Each page of CRED also shows, at the foot of the page, the number, month and year of the release with which the page was published (for example, FSA Handbook: Release 003: October 2001).

CRED 2.5.5G

Both the electronic and the paper editions of the Handbook represent the text of CRED current at the date of the last release, including all amendments to that date.