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Dedicated compliance expertise to help reduce your regulatory burden


Established in 2001, Complyport is now one of the UK’s largest compliance consulting businesses. Complyport’s Jersey office was opened in 2006 to provide specialist compliance and regulatory consultancy services to clients located in the Channel Islands and the Isle of Man.


The Jersey office services the funds, trusts and investment industries, and provides a comprehensive range of compliance solutions, ensuring clients keep up-to-date with all aspects of the JFSC, GFSC or IOM FSC’s regulatory requirements.


Our services include: the provision and maintenance of a tailored compliance framework, incorporating a Compliance, Policy and Procedures Manual and Compliance Monitoring Programme; template compliance policies, procedures, checklists and registers; on-site visits; template CO and MLRO reports; a framework for the AML/CFT business risk assessment and resultant strategy; staff training; and compliance and AML audits.


We work closely with clients to find bespoke, practical compliance solutions, tailored to accommodate your specific requirements.


For more information please contact John Pallot to discuss how we can help you.


Tel: 01534 765 341 Email: John.pallot@complyport.co.uk Web: www.complyport.co.uk


Greenlight is an independent management consultancy


We provide our clients with the expertise required to maximise shareholder value and meet strategic goals. We deliver results with integrity and professionalism, focusing on interim senior management, programme management, project management and business analysis. Our core areas of expertise include:


l Delivering measurable business benefit through project and programme management l Supporting and enhancing your senior management team l Making effective change, making change effective l Independent business and technology advice l Defining and aligning business and technology strategy


With client confidentiality central to our values and our experience in a wide variety of industries you can be assured of a balanced approach and professional excellence in all engagements. We are passionate about building value-based relationships with our clients, are responsive, supportive and aim to raise the quality bar in everything we do.


By living your business and sharing our expertise, we collectively deliver business goals through passion, energy and commitment.


Eliot Lincoln Managing Director +44 1534 715400


Eliot.Lincoln@LiveTheBusiness.com LiveTheBusiness.com


Providing competitive up-skilling solutions in a global market


In a global knowledge economy the future of Jersey’s economy depends almost entirely upon the quality and sophistication of its skill base. The Island faces very stiff competition from other international finance centres such as Hong Kong and Singapore, which have large and highly skilled work forces. The Business School is rapidly developing a reputation for excellence in meeting the Island’s learning and development needs with robust, credible, quality business education.


In less than one year JIBS has moved from being a training brokerage to a Business School of substance with its own faculty of professional trainers who can draw on their industry experience to ensure the programmes we deliver are relevant and responsive.


Located in the heart of St. Helier, the school remains the exclusive provider of a host of globally recognised qualifications and was recently nominated the centre in Jersey for two new degree programmes, awarded by The University of Manchester Business School.


Whichever direction you need to take with your professional and personal development we can help you qualify in a capacity relevant to your profession.


Natalie Dimond Director of Operations +44 (0)1534 816335 nataliedimond@jerseyibs.com www.jerseyibs.com


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