By working together, regulators can help ensure that the financial industry operates efficiently and effectively while minimising risks to the global economy.
The primary objective of collaboration and partnerships between jurisdictions and regulatory authorities is to create a framework for cooperation and coordination in various areas of common interest. These areas can include economic development, sanctions, regulatory risks, global recommendations, trade, education, and the supervision of emerging technologies.
The JFSC has a history of collaborating with other organisations, both within and outside of Jersey, to achieve common goals. We have established partnerships with other financial regulators, industry associations, and academic institutions to share best practice, promote innovation, and improve regulatory standards. We're also members of the Global Financial Innovation Network (GFIN).
Interested in collaborating?
If you want to reach out, the JFSC welcomes collaboration and international engagement to explore innovation, regulatory change, and other areas of common interest. Where appropriate, we will establish a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with your organisation.
The JFSC recognises the importance of working with other regulatory bodies, governments, and industry stakeholders to promote a level playing field, facilitate cooperation, and share knowledge and expertise.