Jersey regulator proposes fee changes for registry services

Pedro Gonçalves
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The Jersey Financial Services Commission (JFSC) is proposing a change to the registry fees including a price reduction for certain record searches, a £30 increase on the annual return, and a 10% rise in the cost of a number of other registry services. For example, the cost of a general search would decrease from £4 to £2, while company, partnerships and foundation record searching and monitoring would still be free. The recommended fee increases are said to be broadly in line with inflation and the decreases will eventually lead to some registry services being offered free of charge, ...

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