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The JFSC have released their Q1 Registry Supervision inspection programme feedback


A core focus for our transparency regime is to ensure that basic, beneficial ownership and controller information is adequate, accurate and up to date, and can be made available to competent authorities on a timely basis. Inspection appointments by the JFSC’s Registry Supervision team are a key part of this process.

During these meetings, Registry examination officers meet with relevant individuals and inspect documentation in relation to the entity and the significant persons. The JFSC use this information to confirm that the data recorded on the Registry database is accurate.

This paper provides feedback on the visit programme for Q1 2024. It gives examples of good practice identified during the inspections, and the face-to-face interviews. The JFSC encourage boards, senior management, and owner operators to consider the findings and conclusions within this report.

Read the Registry Supervision inspection programme 2024 Q1 2024 feedback paper.


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