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The JFSC 2023 AML/CFT/CPF and other supervisory risk data collection is LIVE.   


The 2023 AML/CFT/CPF and other supervisory risk data collection exercise has launched today, 5 February 2024. The deadline for supervised businesses to submit their 2023 data is 31 May 2024.

The data being collected.

  • Informs the JFSC risk-based approach to supervision and financial crime examination process.
  • Will be used to refresh the JFSC risk model and national risk assessments.

The JFSC has expanded the data ITS is asking for this year to include additional financial crime questions, new conduct questions for regulated businesses, and questions on legal persons and arrangements for trust company service providers.  READ MORE HERE:

The feedback paper on the additional supervisory risk data consultation provides further information on the scope of the additional questions.

The launch of workbooks for Collective Investment Funds (CIF) and Legal Persons and Arrangements (LPA) will be delayed until the second week of February. Further information will follow within the next two weeks.

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