(1) In this Act—
(a) “recognised investment exchange” means an investment exchange in relation to which a recognition order is in force; . . .
[(b) “recognised clearing house” means—
(i) a central counterparty in relation to which a recognition order is in force (in this Part referred to as a “recognised central counterparty”), or
(ii) a clearing house which provides clearing services in the United Kingdom without doing so as a central counterparty, and in relation to which a recognition order is in force;
(c) “EEA central counterparty” means a person established in an EEA State other than the United Kingdom who has been authorised by the competent authority of that State as a central counterparty pursuant to Article 17 of the EMIR regulation; . . .
(d) “third country central counterparty” means a person established in a State which is not an EEA State who has been recognised by ESMA as a central counterparty pursuant to Article 25 of the EMIR regulation];
[(d) “third country central counterparty” means a person established in a country other than the United Kingdom who has been recognised by the Bank of England as a central counterparty pursuant to Article 25 of the EMIR Regulation;]
[(e) “recognised CSD” means a central securities depository in relation to which a recognition order is in force;
(f) “EEA CSD” means a person established in an EEA State other than the United Kingdom who has been authorised by the competent authority of that State as a central securities depository pursuant to Article 16 of the CSD regulation; and
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