Jersey faces Moneyval inspection this week in bid to avoid grey listing

Mark Battersby
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A team of six assessors and a supporting secretariat from Moneyval will put Jersey through its paces for the next two weeks which the island is hoping will give it a clean bill of financial health and avoid a FATF grey listing.   Jersey's Government has recently published a raft of updates to various financial regulations including one on 21 September covering the 'National Risk Assessment of Money Laundering'. According to report by the Bailiwick Express, after set-up and final preparations, the Moneyval assessors will get to work on Wednesday and will be based at the Hotel de France...

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