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Should Jersey ask the same questions [as the UK] about its AML and sanction regimes after the EN+ Group issue in 2018?

On the Nov 8, 2018 the Jersey Evening Post (https://jerseyeveningpost.com/news/2018/11/08/trump-sanctions-prompt-exit-of-russian-owned-businesses/) reported a story about Oleg Deripaska, a Russian oligarch and his company SANCTIONS imposed by the Trump administration have caused two Jersey-based businesses owned by one of Russia’s richest men to press ahead with plans to leave the Island. It went on to say “According […]

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Jersey Royal Court considers behaviour when dealing with complaints – lessons to be learned – act (and be seen to act) objectively and impartially

SPEED READ The courts considered the arguments from the JFSC concerning integrity of an investment adviser (SWM) when they dealt with two complaints. In complaint No 1 SWM refused to re-open a compliant after being directed to do so by a 3rd party – the court stated it is not unreasonable on the part of […]

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Email addresses have been stolen from Community Savings Jersey and used in a phishing scam.

The charity has confirmed some of its email contacts have been ‘illegally accessed’ and that the phishing attempt has been reported to the Office of the Information Commissioner. Last Thursday afternoon, the message, titled ‘Document’, was sent to a number of email addresses previously in contact with Community Savings. The phishing email was only been sent to a […]

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Jersey’s Attorney General wins UK Supreme Court argument on EU free movement of capital

In a landmark constitutional decision for Jersey, the UK Supreme Court has accepted the arguments of the Attorney General for Jersey as to whether or not the European Union right of free movement of capital applies to movements between the UK and Jersey. The case was heard by the Supreme Court because HMRC appealed the […]

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Jersey trust named in non disclosed [DOTAS] scheme during HMRC victory against tax avoidance promoters

The successor to the infamous Jimmy Carr ‘K2’ scheme has just surfaced following a decision by the First Tier Tribunal which found that a contractor loan scheme should have been notified under the Disclosure of Tax Avoidance Schemes (DOTAS) regulations. With striking similarities in the way it was marketed and operated to K2 the scheme, […]

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Was a Jersey broker involved in “SECRET COMMISSIONS”?

COURT OF APPEAL GIVES GUIDANCE ON SCOPE OF FIDUCIARY DUTY IN “SECRET COMMISSIONS” CASE The Court of Appeal has found that there was NO BREACH OF FIDUCIARY DUTY where an introducing broker failed to inform its client investors of the amount of commission it received from the financial institution to which it had introduced them: […]

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Money laundering: 20 major fraud cases active in Jersey, police reveal

Back in 2015 MORE than 20 major fraud cases involving millions of pounds being allegedly laundered through Jersey banks by people from all over the world are being actively investigated by financial crime detectives, the States police have revealed. The operations department of the Joint Financial Crimes Unit are working on 23 ‘major’ investigations, some […]

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Data Protection: Firms warned about inevitable data breaches

DATA Protection Week 2019 got under way with a stark warning that every organisation will at some point suffer a data breach. The Jersey Opera House was the venue for the opening conference, which was organised by the Jersey Data Protection Association, the Office of the Information Commissioner and the States of Jersey and sponsored […]

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