The JFSC issued a public statement about an unauthorised LENDER.
The Jersey Financial Services Commission [JFSC] has issued a public statement.
- Under Article 26(c) of the Proceeds of Crime (Supervisory Bodies) (Jersey) Law 2008 (Supervisory Bodies Law)
- To warn members of the public against dealing with unauthorised financial services businesses.
- Mr Aaron Gibbs, who, as an unauthorised lender, has breached Article 10 of the Supervisory Bodies Law
THE STATEMENT IS ABOUT
- Mr Aaron Gibbs - firstname.lastname@example.org (the email address)
- Who was falsely purporting to carry on, or is holding out as carrying on, Schedule 2 business (LENDING) in Jersey?
- When not registered with the JFSC, pursuant to the provisions of the Supervisory Bodies Law.
The JFSC SAYS
- Mr Aaron Gibbs has never been registered nor applied for registration under the Supervisory Bodies Law.
- Therefore, any Schedule 2 business (including lending), defined in Schedule 2 of the Proceeds of Crime (Jersey) Law 1999 and carried on by Mr Gibbs, breaches Article 10 of the Supervisory Bodies Law.
The JFSC recommends anyone dealing with Mr Gibbs contact the JFSC’s Enforcement Division.
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