JERSEY PUBLISHES ITS NRA ON LEGAL PERSONS/ARRANGEMENTS
The Government of Jersey has published an assessment of the money laundering and terrorist financing risks associated with companies, partnerships, trusts and other similar vehicles available in Jersey.
Jersey currently supports 11 types of entities, 7 legal persons and 4 legal arrangements, with a range of different characteristics. This first targeted risk assessment has been conducted with the assistance of the World Bank Methodology and collaborative working between the public and private sector has been fundamental to delivering this report.
The report forms part of the suite of publications available on the Government of Jersey’s website which detail the jurisdiction’s risk strategy, risk appetite and subject-matter specific national risk assessments available on financial crime strategy, appetite and national risk assessments.
Completion of the work and publication of this report is in line with action 9.1.3 of the National Strategy for Combatting Money Laundering, the Financing of Terrorism and the Financing of Proliferation of Weapons of Mass Destruction published in September 2022.
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