(1) . . .
(2) . . .
[(2A) . . .]
(3) “An overseas regulator” means an authority in a country or territory outside the United Kingdom—
(a) which is a home state regulator; or
(b) which exercises any function of a kind mentioned in subsection (4).
(4) The functions are—
(a) a function corresponding to any function of [either regulator] under this Act;
(b) . . .
(c) a function corresponding to any function exercised by the Secretary of State under [the Companies Acts (as defined in section 2 of the Companies Act 2006)];
(d) a function in connection with—
(i) the investigation of conduct of the kind prohibited by Part V
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