JFSC Online Outsourcing Notifications & Portal set up
From 29 June, businesses will be able to submit their Outsourcing Notifications to JFSC online via the “myJFSC portal.”
While the requirements for sending Outsourcing Notifications have not changed, the move to digital submissions should make it easier for businesses to provide JFSC with their information and supporting documents.
Once the JFSC has launched the online process, they will no longer accept paper submissions for Outsourcing Notifications.
Portal set up
- To ensure you are set up for online submissions, over the next two weeks you will need to make sure you have a user on your portal account who can complete the Outsourcing Notification on behalf of your business.
- You will also need an Authorised Portal User who can submit a notification.
- If you need to set up a portal user, you can send your request to our Regulatory Maintenance team: RegulatoryMaintenance@jerseyfsc.org
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