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Comprising compliance officers, regulators and other professionals since 1977.

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Formed in 1997 with members comprising compliance officers, regulators and other professionals from the financial services industry. Our membership has grown steadily and the Association now has over 500 members from over 120 financial and associated institutions in Jersey.

The Association provides:
  • Free members meetings with high-quality speakers covering topical and relevant issues.
  • A forum for discussing compliance issues and promoting good compliance practice;
  • A cost effective source of continuing professional development (CPD)
  • Discounts on external events and professional courses
  • A professional support network
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  • Draft Proceeds of Crime legislation

    The Draft Proceeds Of Crime (Financial Intelligence) (Jersey) Regulations 201- were lodged Au Greffe On 16th January 2015 by the Chief Minister. These draft regulations state that they have been developed to address a point …More
  • March Presentation

    March Presentation : Evolving AML and Sanctions Compliance : balancing new challenges and a practical response to risk. Wednesday 11th March - Royal Yacht Hotel The speaker is: Christophe Amez -EMEA Sales Director of Dow …More
  • 9th February presentation – Change of Speaker and Topic

    There has been a change in the presentation for February 2015.  We are fortunate to be able to invite Julian Brown a Senior Professional & Financial Risks Insurance Underwriter and Chartered Insurer with 25 years …More
  • Civil Penalties: Draft Tariff

    The Jersey Financial Services Commission have issued a consultation paper entitled Civil Penalties: Draft Tariff. Comments should reach the JFSC by Monday 16th February 2015.  To view the consultation paper see attached link

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