Keeping domestic laws, regulation and codes up to global standards and working with international policy makers and governments are key responsibilities of our two Policy teams.
Sharing this work, our Financial Crime Policy advisers focus specifically on AML/CFT and sanctions while our Policy advisers cover all other areas.
Both teams lead on evaluations by external standard setters, update Jersey’s regulatory framework as required, and monitor and react with proportionate policy responses to international regulatory developments.
In pursuit of our statutory objectives, we have identified some principal risks that we seek to manage through our regulation and supervision of Jersey’s financial services businesses and our own internal operations.
We are an integral part of Jersey’s financial services industry and we work together with Government and the local regulated community to manage the risks we all face.
We are exposed to risk from various quarters - whether on the global stage in relation to political and economic issues or closer to home with the industry we regulate and our own internal processes.