2022 AML/CFT/CPF and other Supervisory Risk Data Collection exercise
Between 1 February 2023 and 30 April 2023, supervised businesses will need to provide us with their 2022 data.
This data is used to inform our approach for risk-based supervision and our financial crime examination process. It will also be used in aggregated form to refresh the National Risk Assessment. The data we are asking for this year substantively mirrors our previous requests and we will again, for the second year, be collecting organisational/footprint data from some general insurance mediation businesses (class P and Q only) and insurance businesses as well as sector specific data from the long term insurance sector.
In addition, this year we have extended our 2022 sector specific data collection to include Virtual Currency Exchange Businesses (VCEBs). The sector specific data is key to the JFSC being able to risk assess individual Reporting Entities and assist the island complete its national risk assessment work through the use of aggregated sector data.
To help businesses submit their data to us, we are publishing following guidance: