The JFSC has started its Thematic on Class G (TCB) Natural Persons providing Director Services
Class G Trust Company Business licence holders have received an X60-question JFSC questionnaire, and there are some critical dates to consider as follows:-
STAGE 1 = 28 April 2023.
- The questionnaire requires information and documentation to be provided to the JFSC by 10.00 on 28 April 2023.
STAGE 2 = the end of June 2023.
- Once all completed questionnaires have been reviewed and analysed by the JFSC examination team, a sample of the respondents will be selected to attend a follow-up meeting.
- The JFSC will communicate with all selected for a follow-up interview by the end of June 2023.
STAGE 3 = the third quarter of 2023,
- Meetings will be during the third quarter of 2023 and arranged on a case-by-case basis.
In reparation for the above the following guidance may be useful
- 2009 –
- Natural persons carrying on a single class of trust company business
- Issued: February 2009 / Revised: March 2010 and November 2010 –
- Natural persons carrying on the activity of director Guidance Note Natural Persons undertaking the activity of acting as a Director under the Financial Services (Jersey) Law 1998
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