[(1) The [PRA] may, by notice in writing given to a person to whom this section applies, require the person—
(a) to provide specified information or information of a specified description; or
(b) to produce specified documents or documents of a specified description.
(2) This section applies to—
(a) a person who has a legal or beneficial interest in any of the assets of a relevant investment fund;
(b) a person who is responsible for the management of a relevant investment fund;
(c) a person (a “service provider”) who provides any service to an authorised person;
(d) a person prescribed by an order made by the Treasury or any person of a description prescribed by such an order (and see also section 165C);
(e) a person who is connected with a person to whom this section applies as a result of any of the above paragraphs.
(3) This section applies
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