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Schedule 2 businesses & the Revised Outsourcing Policy:- Drop-in sessions:


Schedule 2 businesses & the Revised Outsourcing Policy:- Drop-in sessions:

The JFSC are holding drop-in sessions in November on the limited application of the revised Outsourcing Policy to Schedule 2 businesses.

The revised Outsourcing Policy was published on our website in July under Appendix A to our Feedback on Follow-on Consultation to Consultation No.6 on Revised Outsourcing Policy — Jersey Financial Services Commission ( and is effective from 1 January 2024.

If the revised Outsourcing Policy applies to you, you may need to submit an outsourcing notification to the JFCS in respect of such outsourced activity.

Interested to know more?

The JFSC are hosting three sessions at the Town Hall on the following dates:

  • Wednesday 15 November between 1pm and 3pm
  • Thursday 16 November between 12pm and 2pm
  • Friday 17 November between 12pm and 2pm

These sessions are intended for Schedule 2 supervised persons.

  1. Who are not otherwise regulated by us or supported by an AML services provider and
  2. Where those supervised persons outsource AML/CFT/CPF compliance services such as client onboarding due diligence, and monitoring.

To register your interest, please email and YOU will be sent your booking conformation

The JFSC will also be posting a webinar on our website in respect of the revised Outsourcing Policy. This will provide more information for supervised and regulated persons.


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