Jersey Regulator Sets Out 2017 Plans
by Jason Gorringe, Lowtax.net, London
03 February, 2017
Jersey's financial services regulator, the Jersey Financial Services Commission, recently presented its 2017 business plan to more than 300 members of the island's financial services industry and politicians.
The Commission said it will be focusing on the areas of greatest risk, improving its interactions with industry, safeguarding its own sustainability, efficiency, and independence, and facilitating market access for Jersey.
Commission Director of Policy, Mike Jones, said priority areas in 2017 included enhancing the Registry systems and Beneficial Ownership Register, developing a new website and other digital channels, improving supervisory processes, expanding the Commission's financial education outreach program, and further advancing cyber-security measures.
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