Investment company agrees 10-year trading ban with Jersey regulator

Mark Battersby
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A precious metals investment company has agreed with the Jersey Financial Services Commission (JFSC) not to trade in the Island for a decade after closing its office in September last year, the Jersey Evening Post has reported. In a statement, Goldmoney announced the "successful transition" of its offices to Toronto, having "effectively discontinued all operating activity" in Jersey in September. Its statement said: "The closure of the Jersey office was completed on schedule in September. Subsequently, the JFSC approached the company in relation to a matter that had occurred within th...

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