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Know your Jersey financial crime NRAs, strategies, and appetite.


Jersey has had a long-term commitment to preventing and eliminating financial crime and has published:-

  • x5 NRAs [see below]
  • A national strategy and action plan [see below]
  • A Financial Services Risk Appetite and Mitigation statement [see below]

Jersey’s continuous national risk assessment [NRA’s] work, includes:

  1. VASP National Risk Assessment.( 17 May 2024) This follows the VASP risk overview completed in 2022.
    1. 17 May 2024 -
    2. VASP risk overview completed in 2022.-
  2. National Risk Assessment: Legal Persons and Arrangements (2023)
  3. National Risk Assessments: Terrorist Financing (2021 and 2023)
    1. Terrorist Financing National Risk Assessment update 2023    


    1. Terrorist Financing National Risk Assessment update 2021


  1. National Risk Assessment: Money Laundering (2020/23)
    1. National Risk Assessment: Money Laundering (2020)


    1. National Risk Assessment: Money Laundering update (2023)


  1. National Risk Assessment: Non-Profit Organisations (2021)


  1. Jersey’s National Strategy for Combatting Financial Crime
    1. national strategy and action plan, sets out Jersey’s position in fighting all forms of financial crime

Jersey’s Statement on Financial Services and Financial Crime: Activities, Risk Appetite and Mitigation

    1. Jersey's national assessment of risk appetite outlines the boundaries of acceptable financial risk.



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