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The JFSC are reviewing its fees and wants your input and feedback - register by 1st March [tomorrow]


  1. The JFSC are reviewing its fees and it wants your input and feedback through Independently hosted workshops .
  2. KPMG is leading these workshops and for you to participate they ask you to contact your trade association representatives before the end of this week [FRIDAY 1st March].
  3. Industry representatives will be identified by KPMG via consultation with the trade body heads.
  4. The independent workshops will be in early March 2024.

Independent Review – JFSC funding model and fees

  1. The JFSC has appointed KPMG to advise on the JFSC funding model and structure and they will look at both regulatory and registry fees, focusing on:
  • Jurisdictional comparison.
  • Elasticity of fee levels.
  • Sector views on fee structure.
  • Market trends, including future consolidation/ growth/ decline expectations.
  1. The output of this work will feed into and help shape the JFSCs next three-year strategic plan.



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