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The JFSC has published an FAQ page to address some of the common questions they are receiving from directors following the recent changes to schedule 2.

I am a Non-Executive Director (NED) of a charity. Am I now within the scope of an individual providing director services? 

I am a NED of businesses that are not financial services businesses. Am I now within scope? 

  • JFSC SAY =
    • The type of business you provide director services to is irrelevant.
    • The business of providing "director services" is caught, regardless of whether it is a financial services business.
    • You are likely to be in scope when you are on a board and are in that role because you are in the business of providing "director services".
    • See 2.4.8 of the 

I am a NED of a financial services business that is regulated business. I have filed a personal questionnaire and received no objection from the JFSC. Am I now within scope? 

I am an employee of a trust company.  I have been appointed as a Director of a client entity during my employment.  Am I now in scope? 

I am registered as a Class G Director under the Financial Services (Jersey) Law. What do I need to do? 

  • JFSC SAY =
    1. As a Class G director, you should have received a notification workbook, which you must complete and send back to the JFSC.
    2. At a minimum, you must notify the JFSC that you are conducting Director activities under Paragraph 23 (2), "Director, Secretary, Partner etc.".
    3. The JFSC  would also ask that you consider whether you are undertaking any other schedule 2 business activities.

I am a NED who is now in scope. A) how do I register, and B) when do I need to register? 

Why has Schedule 2 been amended, and the scope exemptions removed for AML/CFT/CPF?  


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