(1) In this Act—
[(a) [“alternative investment fund managers directive”,] “[capital requirements directive]”, [. . ., [“EEA AIFM”,]] “EEA authorisation”, “EEA firm”, “EEA right”, “EEA State”, [“emission allowance auctioning regulation”,] . . . . . ., . . ., [. . .,] “[insurance distribution directive]”, . . . [“markets in financial instruments directive”,] [“mortgages directive”,] “single market directives”[“, Solvency 2 Directive”][, “tied agent”] and “UCITS directive” have the meaning given in Schedule 3; . . .]
[(aa) “EEA UCITS” means a UCITS which is authorised pursuant to Article 5 of the UCITS directive in an EEA State other than the United Kingdom; and]
(b) “home state regulator”, in relation to an EEA firm, has
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