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JFSC WORKSHOP on the role of DNFBPs in fighting financial crime


On Tuesday, 13 June, at the Grand Hotel from 8:30 am - 11:00 am, the JFSC is hosting a free event targeting Jersey's:-

  • Accountants,
  • Casinos,
  • Estate Agents,
  • High-Value Dealers and
  • Lawyers

All of the above are defined as Designated Non-Financial Businesses and Professions (DNFBPs) in Schedule 2, Part 3 of the Proceeds of Crime (Jersey) Law 1999.

The event is part of its ongoing engagement to raise awareness of financial crime risks, as well as the prevention of financial crime,

Hear from senior officials of Jersey's key financial crime authorities and the essential role DNFBPs play in the fight against financial crime.

The event will include:

  1. Changes to how the JFSC will supervise DNFBPs
  2. Review of AML/CFT/CPF requirements
  3. An overview of JFSC dedicated DNFBP Thematic Programme 2023 (SAR reporting obligations)
  4. Guest presenter, George Pearmain, Director of Financial Crime at the Government of Jersey, will be speaking on the forthcoming MONEYVAL assessment of Jersey and the valuable role DNFBPs play in safeguarding its Island from financial crime, which the JFSC have a social and economic duty to detect and prevent.

Guest presenter Jonathan Groom Director of Jersey's Financial Intelligence Unit, speaking on how money laundering and terrorist financing risks may impact the DNFBP sector

After the presentations, there will be a Q&A session and the opportunity to speak with the presenters.

To register and confirm your attendance email



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