JFSC Business Plan 2023 presentation is on Feb 08th
On 8 February, The JFSC will be unveiling their 2023 business plan at the Radisson hotel from 08:30-10:15.
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THE JFSC say
- Join us on Wednesday 8 February at the Radisson hotel at 08:30-10:15, where we will be unveiling our 2023 Business Plan.
- In line with our published strategic framework for 2021-2024, it outlines our long-term vision to be a high-performing regulator, building for the long-term success of Jersey.
- The event will set out our priorities for 2023, to help businesses and the wider stakeholder community understand our focus for the year ahead.
- At this event, you will hear from our Executive team as well as other colleagues on our key strategic focuses for 2023.
- These, are primarily focused on: increasing our effectiveness in the combating of financial crime, harnessing technology and influencing the digitalisation of Financial Services, developing our people, systems and capability to be a high-performing organisation.
JFSC Business Plan event. Running Order:
- 08:30 - 9:00 – Doors open, and breakfast, tea and coffee will be served
- 09:00 - 10:00 - Business Plan update
- 10:00 - 10:15 - Open for Q&A’s
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