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Jane Platt CBE has been appointed as the new Chair of the JFSC and Helene Narcy as a new Commissioner.


Jane has extensive experience operating in large and complex businesses with a successful track record across financial services, including retail and institutional investment management, stockbroking, and banking. Jane currently chairs Zurich Assurance, the UK subsidiary of the global insurance group, and she is also a Non-Executive Director on the Board of Insight Investment. Her recent experience includes serving six years on the Board of the Financial Conduct Authority and ten years as Chief Executive of NS&I.

Helene is an experienced Chief Finance Officer with a strong background in regulated industries including financial services. She currently serves as Chief Financial Officer of JT Group.

Jill Britton, Director General of the JFSC commented, “I am delighted to welcome Jane Platt as the new Chair of the JFSC and Helene Narcy as Commissioner. Their significant experience and expertise further strengthen our Board, which is now complete. I look forward to working with them as we continue to make important progress in delivering against our strategy. I would also like to take this opportunity to personally thank our former Chair Mark Hoban and our Interim Chair Monique O’Keefe for their excellent contribution and support. I am thrilled that we will continue to work with Monique as she returns to her role as Deputy Chair.”

Responding to her new appointment, Jane Platt commented, “I am honoured to have been selected as the JFSC’s new Chair. I am really looking forward to working with the Board, alongside Jill and the team, industry, and the Government of Jersey to protect and advance Jersey’s reputation as a leading international finance centre. My door is open, and I am very keen to engage with our wide range of stakeholders so we can continue to work together to deliver the best results for the island.”

Helene Narcy added, “It is a privilege to join the JFSC as a Commissioner. I am looking forward to being part of the important work that we do as the regulator and bringing my experience, both international and local, to the Board.”


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