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Changes to the law in Jersey earlier this year mean that more businesses and individuals, including individual sole trader directors, need to register with the JFSC for Schedule 2 activities by the end of this month [sept] for anti-money laundering, counter-terrorist financing, and counter-proliferation purposes.


We've produced two new guidance documents to support individuals and businesses during this registration process.

  1. Guidance on interpreting what is meant by conducting Schedule 2 activities or operations 'in or from within Jersey':  -
  2. Our FAQs will also be updated this week to reflect this new guidance.
  3. For Schedule 2 individual sole trader directors, we’ve provided updated step by step guidance on how to fill out the application form to register with us:

Our priority is to make sure that those who need to register do so. If you have any questions or need support during this process, contact us at



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