myJFSC users to download historical documents and draft applications before January 2022
Last year, JFSC launched myProfile, which was the first phase of replacing the PQ portal, myJFSC and eventually the Fund Statistics Portal with one platform.
The next steps of this project are due to commence early next year. Ahead of this, JFSC are asking all myJFSC users to download any historic and draft documents or applications that they may need.
Why this needs to happen
JFSC will be moving from the current myJFSC to a new platform in 2022 to improve your user experience and provide one platform for your no objection applications and entity related services.
JFSC will not be migrating any historic documents (such as outsourcing no objections or previously submitted applications). Therefore, we recommend that you download copies of any historic documents that you need before we make the move.
You need to download any documents by Friday 31 December 2021.
How to download your documents
Log in to your myJFSC account and go to the documents page where you can download copies of anything you need. Save them to your own internal systems.
What happens if you don’t download your documents
You will not have access to your historical documents on the new platform. However, if you urgently need a copy of a historic document or invoice that you have not downloaded before the move, JFSC will be able to provide you with a copy.
If you have any questions about the move or downloading your documents please contact RegulatoryMaintenance@jerseyfsc.org
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