JULY 2023 – JERSEY New AML guidance notes and Codes of Practice [DO NOT FORGET]
This posting is a reminder of proposed JFSC AML Handbook changes by July 2023. However, we are still waiting on the outcomes of the consultation close on 13 January 2023
By way of a reminder
- On 31 October, the JFSC published a consultation seeking feedback on further enhancement and clarification of its AML/CFT Handbook.
- The JFSC PROPOSED to add
- A range of new and expanded guidance notes
- Several new AML/CFT Codes of Practice across five sections of the Handbook.
- Also, the JFSC want to amalgamate recommendations from the follow-on consultation on AML/CFT scope exemptions.
- The JFSC invited feedback on the proposed changes by the close of business on 13 January 2023.
- The JFSC intends to publish all changes by July 2023.
In the link below you can find “clean” and tracked-change versions of each Handbook section the JFSC proposes to amend.
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