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The JFSC publishes its 2024 technology and innovation deliverable plan.


In the JFSC Innovation Hub 2023 report, there is a list of x6 deliverables in 2024 – these are as follows.

  1. Continued outreach and engagement with technology-focused businesses and entrepreneurs
  2. Amendments to Section 4 of the AML/CFT handbook in respect of digital ID
  3. Review the data collected through the VASP registration process and the subsequent exploration of enhancements to the regime.
  4. Review and update the initial coin offering guidance and asset tokenisation guidance.
  5. Internal work reviewing the regulatory impact of the Artificial Intelligence Report
  6. Deployment of the JFSC AI regulatory chatbot to improve user experience and process efficiency – this will focus on the AML/CFT/CPF Handbook initially, with plans to expand content and functionality.

The JFSC Innovation Hub has published the JFSC 2023 annual innovation report.

  1. The Innovation Hub is a strategic initiative which supports innovation in financial services.
  2. It is designed to facilitate communication and collaboration between the JFSC industry stakeholders and the wider JFSC.

About the JFSC innovation report - Each year the JFSC produce a report detailing:

  1. What the Innovation Hub has achieved in the previous year
  2. Insights on global trends and initiatives
  3. What the JFSC are planning for the upcoming year

Key global trends and initiatives which the JFSC discuss in the report include:

  1. The impact of artificial intelligence
  2. Open banking and open finance
  3. Virtual assets, blockchain and asset tokenisation
  4. The tokenisation of real-world assets


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