JFSC 2022 Annual Report
THE JFSC Annual Report is out. In issuing the report, the JFSC say:-
- “It is a reflective record of the previous year, including progress made, risks faced, and any unresolved key issues.
- It comprises a performance report, accountability report and financial statements.
- Our performance report is written to provide a fair, balanced and understandable analysis of performance..”
The report includes the following Summary of the purpose and activities of the JFSC.
- Recap of the strategy
- Description of the risks faced by the JFSC as well as those it supervises
- Overview of the key performance metrics
- Review of external factors
- Analysis summary by Division
- Information in respect of human rights, anti-corruption, and anti-bribery matters
- Information on Environmental, Social and Governance
- Summary of Finance and Resources
Read the 2022 Annual Report https://www.jerseyfsc.org/publications/annual-reports/annual-report-2022/
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