Government of Jersey publishes Terrorist Financing National Risk Assessment Update 2023
The Government of Jersey has published the Terrorist Financing National Risk Assessment Update (2023 TF NRA).
The 2023 TF NRA builds on the National Risk Assessment of Terrorist Financing published in April 2021 (2021 TF NRA) and should be read alongside it.
The 2023 TF NRA forms part of Jersey’s continuous risk assessment work, including:
National Risk Assessment of Money Laundering in September 2020
National Risk Assessment of Non-Profit Organisations in April 2022
National Risk Overview of Virtual Asset Service Providers in May 2022.
The 2023 TF NRA provides a summary of actions taken since the 2021 TF NRA. It concludes that the risk of Jersey being used as a conduit for TF remains medium-low.
More information is available on GOV.JE website.
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