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MEMORANDA OF UNDERSTANDING

Domestic

 

PERSON OR ORGANISATION   DATE SUBJECT MATTER
Channel Islands Financial Ombudsman Pdf Document January 2016

Under Article 23 of the Financial Services Ombudsman (Jersey) Law 2014 the Commission and the Ombudsman are required to, "each take such steps as it considers appropriate to co-operate with the other in the exercise of their functions". The Memorandum of Understanding describes how the Commission and the Ombudsman will co-operate with each other.

Chief Minister Pdf Document December 2014

The Memorandum of Understanding clarifies the circumstances and the manner in which the powers granted to the Chief Minister under Article 12 of the Financial Services Commission (Jersey) Law 1998 would be exercised.

Jersey Bank Depositors Compensation Board Pdf Document January 2013

The purpose of the Memorandum of Understanding is to provide a framework for the working relationship between the Board and the Commission.
In particular, it establishes a framework under which the Board and the Commission will
exchange certain specific information and in other respects work together to support the carrying out of each other’s statutory functions and responsibilities.

Jersey Gambling Commission Pdf Document October 2017

The purpose of the Memorandum of Understanding is to provide a framework for the working relationship between the two authorities. In particular, it establishes a framework for the exchange of relevant information in relation to businesses subject to the jurisdiction of both authorities. 

States of Jersey Police Pdf Document June 2014

The purpose of the Memorandum of Understanding is to establish a formal basis for co-operation, in particular in respect of the exchange of information to assist the Police and the Commission in carrying out their respective functions

The Law Society of Jersey Pdf Document January 2018

The purpose of the Memorandum of Understanding is to provide a framework for the working relationship between the two authorities. In particular, it establishes a framework for the exchange of relevant information in relation to law firms subject to the jurisdiction of both authorities in order to assist each authority to carry out its statutory functions.

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