(1) The Treasury may by order—
(a) modify Schedule 3 so as to provide for Gibraltar firms of a specified description to qualify for authorisation under that Schedule in specified circumstances;
(b) modify Schedule 3 so as to make provision in relation to the exercise by UK firms of rights under the law of Gibraltar which correspond to [the EEA rights that UK firms had immediately before exit day];
(c) . . .
(d) modify section 264 so as to make provision in relation to collective investment schemes constituted under the law of Gibraltar;
(e) . . .
(f) . . ..
(2) The fact that a firm may qualify for authorisation under Schedule 3 as a result of an order under subsection (1) does not prevent it from applying for a [Part 4A permission].
(3) “Gibraltar firm” means a firm which has its head office in Gibraltar or is otherwise connected with Gibraltar.
(4) . . .
(5) “Specified” means specified in the
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