199.2. A person who directly or indirectly engages or participates in any act, practice or course of conduct is guilty of an offence if the person knows, or ought reasonably to know, that the act, practice or course of conduct
(1) constitutes or contributes to providing false or misleading information or data to be used in establishing a designated benchmark; or
(2) constitutes or contributes to manipulating the computation of a designated benchmark.
A person who attempts to commit an offence described in the first paragraph is also guilty of an offence.