2019 supervisory risk data collection exercise - update
Between 1 January and 31 March 2020, supervised businesses will need to provide us with their 2019 data. This forms part of our ongoing supervisory risk data collection exercise and we are requesting the same type of data that we collected for 2018 and 2017.
This data will help us to determine whether there has been any significant change from the 2018 data. It will therefore inform our approach to risk-based supervision and our financial crime examination process.
Everyone we contact by email will need to provide us with organisational footprint data for their businesses and additional sector specific data if they are one or more of the following:
- Estate Agents
- Funds Service Businesses
- Investment Businesses
- Managers of a managed entity (MoME)
- Money Service Businesses
- Non Profit Organisations
- Private Trust Companies
- Trust Company Businesses
The deadline for submitting this data is 31 March 2020.
To provide us with your data, you will need to download your Excel workbook(s) from the myJFSC portal. Once completed, you will need to submit the data to us via the portal.
We have published guidance on our website to help. For any queries not covered in our guidance, contact your respective Supervision Manager or Supervision team.
For more general enquiries relating to portal access or any website operational issues, e-mail email@example.com
From mid-January, we will open the data collection exercise for the following:
- Certified Investment Funds
- Jersey Private Funds
- Unregulated funds.
At the same time, we will also publish the details and timings for the data collection exercise for:
- Wire transfer
- Pre-paid card providers.
We thank all sectors in advance for your ongoing commitment to our data collection exercise.