JERSEY update 30/6/2023 - Lending activity caught by the AML/CFT regime – new FAQS - EVENT
During the implementation period around the removal of specific exemptions from AML/CFT, the lending community has raised issues regarding the requirements of specific individuals to register under Schedule 2 of the POCL.
The Government and the JFSC have considered various representations, and it has become clear that further engagement is required with this sector concerning the need for registration.
Therefore, the Government and the JFSC propose working with the lending community to apply the AML/CFT regime in Jersey.
The JFSC published additional questions to the Lending FAQs ON 30 June 2023
- The JFSC will also be hosting an event specifically for private lenders to discuss the application of the AML/CFT regime in the latter half of July.
DROP-IN SESSION SESSIONS
FINALLY, Throughout July, the JFSC will host bookable drop-in sessions at the JFSC offices.
These informal sessions have been set up to provide support with the registration process and will be held as follows:
- Afternoon of 11 July 2023
- Morning of 12 July 2023
- Afternoon of 19 July 2023
- Afternoon of 20 July 2023
- Morning of 21 July 2023
If you would like to book a 20-minute slot contact Schedule2@jerseyfsc.org.
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