Where a formal notice is published in a newspaper, whether pursuant to rule 2.07C or otherwise, it must be not less than 12 centimetres by 16 centimetres (4 inches by 6 inches approximately) in size and must state at least the following:—
(1)  the name and country of incorporation or other establishment of the issuer;
(2)  the amount and title of the securities for which listing is sought;
(3)  the websites at which the listing document (if any) is published;
  Note:    Where the issuer intends to rely on the Class Exemption Notice to make a Mixed Media Offer referred to in rule 12.11A(1), rule 12.11A(2) replaces this sub-rule.
(4)  the date of publication of the notice;
(5)  in the case of a placing, the names of all syndicate CMIs and, if applicable, any other syndicate member(s);
(6)  a statement that application has been made to the Exchange for listing of and permission to deal in the securities;
(7)  a statement that the formal notice appears for information purposes only and does not constitute an invitation or offer to acquire, purchase or subscribe for securities;
(8)  in the cases set out in rule 12.02 a statement that applications will only be considered on the basis of the listing document;
(9)  the date upon which dealings in the securities are expected to commence; and
(10)  the name and address of the sponsor (if applicable).