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The JFSC instructions are in for the 2022 Supervisory Risk Data Collection Exercise – THE DEADLINE IS 30TH APRIL .


The JFSC say.

  1. Today marks the start of our 2022 supervisory risk data collection exercise.
  2. To provide us with your data, you will need to download your Excel workbook(s) from myJFSC.
  3. Once completed, you should submit your data to us by uploading the workbook(s) to the platform.
  4. We have published guidance on our website to help you with the 2022 data collection.
  5. You will need to submit your data to us by 2023-04-30. [30TH APRIL 2023]
  6. Integrity checking:
    • When compiling your data, please refer back to your previous year’s submission to identify if the data remains consistent.
    • Entities should be able explain material changes the from data provided in previous years.
    • It is also important to check that figures are correctly presented without erroneous additional or missing zeros that can have a material impact on the integrity of the data reported.

7.      If you have any queries which are not covered in our guidance, please contact your Supervisor.

To help businesses submit their data there is the following guidance:

Organisational / footprint data

Sector specific data

Virtual Currency Exchange Businesses


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