The prohibition in Rule 4.4.4(b) does not apply to Providing Credit to a Related Person under a credit policy on terms (such as for credit assessment, tenor, interest rates, amortisation schedules and requirements for Collateral) that are more favourable than those on which it provides credit to Persons who are not Related Persons, provided the credit policy:
(a) is an Employee credit policy that is widely available to Employees of the Authorised Person;
(b) is approved by the Authorised Person's Governing Body or the Governing Body's delegate;
(c) clearly sets out the terms, conditions and limits (both at individual and aggregate levels) on which credit is to be provided to such Employees; and
(d) requires adequate mechanisms to ensure on-going compliance with the terms and conditions of that credit policy, including immediate reporting to the Governing Body or the Governing Body's delegate where there is a deviation from or a breach of the terms and conditions or procedures applicable to the provision of such credit for timely and appropriate action.