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Jersey releases its first public National Risk Assessment of money laundering

30 September 2020
Jersey’s government has today released its first centrally co-ordinated NRA of money laundering.  The NRA is designed as a tool to facilitate better understanding of the risk of Jersey being used to launder the proceeds of crime.  It's preparation...

Jersey opens new on-Island fast track Covid testing lab

17 September 2020
Jersey’s new on-Island Covid testing lab has begun processing tests.  The lab is expected to significantly improve processing time for those arriving in the Island, with results anticipated to be available on average within 12 hours.  Previously the...

Jersey Spend Local Cards to be issued next week

1 September 2020
Jersey’s £100 Spend Local Cards are due to be distributed in the second week of September.  The Cards form part of the Government of Jersey's spend local campaign which is a key component of its £150m fiscal stimulus package announced in July.

Demonstrating the value of collaborative leadership during crises

11 August 2020
In 2000, a leading expert in behavioural science, Daniel Goleman, outlined the six key styles of leadership: autocratic, paternalistic, democratic, laissez-faire, transactional and transformational, with each having their own merits and drawbacks.

New travel arrangements for Guernsey under Phase 5b from 17 August

9 August 2020
Phase 5b of Guernsey’s exit framework will commence on Monday 17 August, with the reintroduction of Group A, B & C countries. Anyone travelling from a Group A, B or C country must adhere to the prevailing self-isolation and Covid testing regime...

Jersey begins move to Level 1 of its Safe Exit Framework

7 August 2020
The Government of Jersey has today announced that the Island will start moving to Level 1 of its Safe Exit Framework from midnight tonight.

Consultation open on secondary legislation under the Financial Services (Disclosure and Provision of Information) (Jersey) Law

4 August 2020
The Government of Jersey has opened its consultation on secondary legislation under the Financial Services (Disclosure and Provision of Information) (Jersey) Law.

Jersey proposes temporary cut to employee social security contributions

4 August 2020
Jersey's Council of Ministers has proposed a temporary reduction of 2% to employee social security contributions.  The proposal remains subject to a States Assembly decision during the week of 7th September.   If approved, employee contributions...

Jersey delays move to Level 1 lockdown

24 July 2020
Jersey's government has announced that following advice from the Scientific and Technical Advisory Cell the Island will remain at Level 2 of its safe exit framework for at least the rest of July, with the move to Level 1 now being targeted in early...

RSM CI gains Cyber Essentials Plus certification

23 July 2020
We are delighted to have achieved Cyber Essentials Plus certification and that this has been recognised by the Government of Jersey.

Guernsey returns to a 'new normal' at Stage five of the Island's lockdown exit plan

26 June 2020
Guernsey is currently enjoying Stage five of its lockdown exit plan.  The Island has returned to a 'new normal' activity level, with only a limited amount of internal restrictions still applying. Travel restrictions are still being enforced.

Jersey's borders set to re-open on 3 July

26 June 2020
Jersey's Economic Development Minister, Senator Lyndon Farnham, has today announced that Jersey's borders will re-open from 3 July. Senator Farnham said the Island is in a 'strong position' to resume travel, with all travellers either taking a Covid...

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