(1) An order under section 22(1) [to (1B)] may—
(a) provide for exemptions;
(b) confer powers on the Treasury or [either regulator];
(c) authorise the making of regulations or other instruments by the Treasury for purposes of, or connected with, any relevant provision;
(d) authorise the making of rules or other instruments by [either regulator] for purposes of, or connected with, any relevant provision;
(e) make provision in respect of any information or document which, in the opinion of the Treasury or [either regulator], is relevant for purposes of, or connected with, any relevant provision;
(f) make such consequential, transitional or supplemental provision as the Treasury consider appropriate for purposes of, or connected with, any relevant provision[, including provision which applies (with or without modification) provision in this Act or other primary or subordinate legislation that relates to investment activity or financial service
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