PRESS RELEASE 29 SEPTEMBER 2015
JERSEY FINANCIAL SERVICES COMMISSION TO HOLD KEY ENFORCEMENT SEMINAR
This year’s Enforcement Seminar, from the Jersey Financial Services Commission (JFSC), will be an inter-active cross-industry event, to be held on Wednesday 25 November, and will provide an opportunity to understand and hear from members of the JFSC Enforcement Team about some of the major issues and generic learning points, which have arisen from a series of recent serious and complex cases.
This thought provoking event will be driven by scenario based sessions, highlighting good practice that can be applied to any regulated business. Attendees will learn how to avoid making the same mistakes as others, by being apprised of the practical realities of conducting business in compliance within Jersey’s regulatory regime.
The audience will also be afforded the opportunity of hearing about how Enforcement will approach the use of civil penalties in the future, and will receive an update of the first six months’ work of the Jersey Fraud Prevention Forum.
Keynote speakers for the event include Lord Eatwell (Chairman, JFSC), John Harris (Director-General, JFSC), Detective Chief Inspector Lee Turner (Jersey Fraud Prevention Forum), with speakers/panellists from the JFSC Enforcement Team.
The goal of the Enforcement Division is to be firm but fair, and to engage in constructive dialogue with those that we regulate, whilst having the ability “to identify and deter abuses and breaches of regulatory standards”.
The JFSC’s Enforcement Seminar takes place on Wednesday 25 November 2015 at the Radisson Blu Hotel, starting at 08:45 and finishing at 13:15. For further information and to book places please visit
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For further enquiries, please contact:
Head of Communications
Jersey Financial Services Commission
Tel: + 44 (0) 1534 822166
Notes to Editors:
This year’s conference is not restricted to compliance staff/ principal persons, and is open to any person employed within a regulated business. Please reserve your place early to avoid disappointment.
All monies raised, after costs have been deducted for hosting the event, will be put towards funding initiatives for the Jersey Fraud Prevention Forum with the ultimate aim of preventing members of our community from falling victim to fraud.
For more information – www.fraudprevention.je