JFSC Annual Report 2019 published
For the JFSC, 2019 was a year of prioritising and planning, which is reflected in its annual report and financial statements. The report documents the regulator's performance during the year and its comprehensive review of its activities in order to plan its strategy for the next four years.
Key achievements for 2019 include:
- working with the Government of Jersey on the Island's National Risk Assessment, securing access to UK markets ahead of Brexit;
- setting up a dedicated team for fighting financial crime;
- implementing a comprehensive risk framework; and
- launching a new website.
While the JFSC made a surplus in 2019, for the next four years, the regulator is embarking on its most extensive capital programme to date. Its primary aims are to remain ahead of the financial crime threat and become an even more effective regulator.
Access the Annual Report here: JFSC Annual Report 2019 = https://www.jerseyfsc.org/publications/annual-reports/annual-report-2019
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