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2022 Jersey financial crime regulation update

Description

This seminar forms part of the 2022 Jersey Financial Crime Prevention CPD Webinar Series which provides topical updates to compliance professionals, delivered by industry-expert guest speakers, that reflect the dynamic financial services landscape within which compliance professionals operate. This series comprise 10 x monthly webinars of 60 minutes, inclusive of a 15-minute Q&A, covering a wide range of topics. 

Book the full series of ten webinars at a discounted price of £425 or book a selection of webinars at £55 per webinar.

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Content

  • Landscape of change

  • Moneyval Assessment

  • JFSCS Strategy to work plan

  • JFCU update

  • AML Handbook changes

  • Civil Penalties

  • Exemptions

  • New Offence – Failure to prevent

 

Speaker

Jackie McLauglin

Group Partner - Risk, Regulatory and Advisory Team at Collas Crill

Jackie McLaughlin 

Jackie is a highly motivated senior governance, risk and compliance professional, offering proven regulatory and strategic commercial experience across various sectors of the financial services industry.

In addition to first class GRC experience, Jackie has in-depth knowledge of Jersey regulatory requirements having been a senior examiner at the JFSC.

Jackie has undertaken a wide range of consulting roles, including being appointed a Co-Signatory by the JFSC under the Financial Services (Jersey) Law 1998 and is experienced in running major remediation projects.

Jackie has held both Principal Person and Key Person roles within industry and can therefore bring practical experience to her role as a consultant.

A fellow if the Institute of Chartered Accountants in Ireland, Jackie has a big 4 background in audit, risk management, governance and company law.

Jackie has a post Graduate Diploma in Accounting from Queens University, Belfast, and qualifications with the Society of Trust and Estate Practitioners (STEP) and the Compliance Diploma from the Securities and Investment Institute.

 

Fiona Wilson

Senior Regulatory Consultant - Risk, Regulatory and Advisory Team at Collas Crill

Fiona Wilson 

Fiona is Group Partner in the Risk, Regulatory and Advisory team in Jersey. Her practice spans contentious and non-contentious regulatory matters and mergers and acquisitions, corporate restructurings and shareholders agreements particularly in relation to trading and regulated businesses.

Fiona qualified as a lawyer in Australia in 1997 and as Jersey Advocate in 2005. Fiona has broad experience in relation to all aspects of regulated businesses including a number of years' experience as a dispute resolution lawyer, nearly 10 years' experience in senior positions in the financial services industry and over 7 years' experience as a corporate and regulatory lawyer in private practice.

At Collas Crill Fiona has advised regulated financial services businesses in relation to regulatory investigations, remediation programmes, AML/CFT matters, as well as assisting with applications for licences, advising on corporate governance matters and assisting with acquisitions and due diligence.

Fiona has also advised on sales and purchases of regulated and trading businesses, competition, regulatory applications and employment issues and shareholder arrangements and restructurings of regulated and trading business groups.


 

Suitable for

This webinar is suitable for all compliance professionals as well as managers and Directors with responsibility for financial crime risk management.

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