JFSC webinar on how businesses can improve their AML compliance [14 July]
The JFSC is hosting a webinar to reemphasise the importance of reviewing and acting on the JFSC feedback.
In particular, they will look at the JFSC 2020 financial crime, and supervisory risk examinations, which identified 200 findings of non-compliance statutory and regulatory requirements were published:
This webinar will be on 14 July hosted by the JFSC Head of Examinations, Amanda Reilly, and Senior Manager Tim Butlin will cover:
- the background and scope of the examinations
- the JFSC key findings
- the next steps for Industry and the JFSC
Amanda and Tim will also answer questions at the end of the session.
For anyone unable to attend, we will publish a recording of the webinar.
- Read the news = https://www.jerseyfsc.org/news-and-events/how-businesses-can-improve-their-compliance-after-the JFSC -2020-financial-crime-and-supervisory-risk-examinations/
- booking = https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/2020-financial-crimesupervisory-risk-examinations-webinar-tickets-158912723233
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