[(1) This section has effect for the interpretation of this Act.
(2) The FCA and the PRA are the “regulators”, and references to a regulator are to be read accordingly.
(3) Subsection (2) does not affect—
(a) the meaning of the following expressions—
“home state regulator”;
“host state regulator”;
“overseas regulator”; . . .
(b) the meaning of “the appropriate regulator” in Part 18 ([recognised investment exchanges, clearing houses and CSDs])[; or
(c) the meaning of “regulator” in sections 410A and 410B (fees to meet certain expenses of Treasury)].]
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