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Jersey Class G directors are on notice for a March visit….are you [the Class G] ready?


As part of the Jersey Financial Services Commission’s thematic examination programme for 2023 [published on their website on 25 January 2023], they have written to some [maybe all] class G directors and advised they have been selected for a visit [examination]

The JFSC say in its letter of notice that the primary focus of the examination will be compliance with the applicable parts of the:

  1. Laws and codes on AML / CTF / CPF,
  2. Code of Practice for Trust Company Business.

The JFSC says the examination will be in two stages.

  1. A questionnaire requiring information about the services Class G provide and your compliance arrangements.
    • We will also ask the Class G to provide documentation supporting some of your responses.
  2. A sample of natural persons will be requested to attend a follow-up meeting with JFSC officers during the second quarter of this year, to discuss their compliance arrangements in more detail.

The JFSC will start by sending a questionnaire in early March, which will provide Class Gs with more details about the examination process.


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