[(1) The FCA may take action against a sponsor under this section if it considers that it is desirable to do so in order to advance one or more of its operational objectives.
(2) If the FCA is entitled to take action under this section against a sponsor, it may—
(a) suspend, for such period as it considers appropriate, the sponsor's approval, or
(b) impose, for such period as it considers appropriate, such limitations or other restrictions in relation to the performance of services to which the sponsor's approval relates as it considers appropriate.
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