JFSC 2022 AML/CFT/CPF Supervisory Risk Data Collection Exercise to begin in February
As in previous years, the JFSC will seek AML/CFT/CPF and other supervisory risk data from the industry.
This information continues to inform the JFSC risk-based approach to supervision and understanding money laundering, terrorist financing and countering proliferation financing (AML/CFT/CPF) risks.
In previous years, the JFSC started this process in December or January by sending requests for data and making the Excel workbooks available for download.
This year the process will begin in early February 2023.
The submission process will remain the same, and businesses will
- Be asked to submit their data by populating and uploading Excel workbooks via myJFSC.
- Need to provide their data by 30 April 2023.
THE JFSC will provide further information and guidance on the data to be submitted by 31 January 2023.
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