Welcome to the Jersey Compliance Officers Association

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

LATEST NEWS

2014 JIBS sessionsThe Jersey International Business School are running several sessions during the forthcoming months in their Anti-Money Laundering and Investment Business CPD series.  Please look at this article (by clicking the heading above) for more details.  Please remember that JCOA members will receive a 10% discount on all of these bookings.

JIBS have also recently released their 2014 Prospectus and members will be pleased to note that JCOA members can receive 20% discounts on many of the programmes offered.
2014 AGM and April presentationThe Annual General Meeting of the Jersey Compliance Officers Association took place on 1 April 2014 at the Assembly Room, the Town Hall, St Helier.  The 2013 accounts and the minutes of the 2013 AGM are available via this link.

The presentation given to the meeting by Laurence Kiddle of Thomson Reuters regarding FATCA is also available as are attendance certificates for this event.
Recent Presentations & CertificatesAttendance certificates for registered members to download are now available for the February and March presentations.

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EVENTS

2014 Economic Crime SymposiumWe understand from our friends at the Jersey International Business School that this years Symposium shall be held on 11 November 2014.News via Twitter