Our?key responsibilities are set out in the Financial Services Commission (Jersey) Law 1998.
To meet these requirements, we must pay particular attention to our guiding principles:
Meeting these requirements, and fulfilling our role as an effective regulatory body, means that we need to use information that we collect about individuals (personal data).
This notice tells you what to expect when we collect personal data from a range of people, including:
It also lets you know how you can contact us to find out more about our approach to privacy by understanding:
We use personal data which we collect about individuals who are connected with entities that we regulate so that we can perform our regulatory functions effectively. For example, we collect and analyse the personal data of individuals who apply to be authorised to fill regulatory positions, as well as connected parties (such as business associates), in order to determine whether individuals?are fit and proper to carry on a particular role.
As a responsible financial services regulator we may sometimes need to share your personal data with overseas regulators, law enforcement agencies and other third parties. This may include third parties who are located outside of the European Economic Area.
All of the personal data we collect is held securely. However, in certain limited circumstances, we may make personal data that we collect publicly available in order to fulfil our statutory functions. For example, in order to fulfil its statutory functions, the JFSC Companies Registry makes some of the personal data which it collects available on public registers. Where information is made publicly available we cannot provide any guarantees as to how it may be used by third parties who access it.
Any information that is sent to us, whether in electronic or paper form, may be monitored and used by us for reasons of security and monitoring compliance with applicable laws, regulations and our internal policies.
Where you make a complaint you should be aware that in certain circumstances it may be shared with third parties, and your identity could be disclosed. However, whistleblowers are able to use our anonymous and untraceable whistleblowing line +44 1534 887557.
If you wish to make a complaint or act as a whistle-blower, refer to our whistleblowing guidance.
家养乌龟Data Protection Officer家养乌龟Jersey Financial Services CommissionPO Box 26714-18 Castle StreetSt HelierJerseyJE4 8TPTelephone: +44 (0)1534 822000