Jersey's Assistant Treasury Minister this week joined Ministers from 32 countries in Warsaw to discuss combating financial crime.
At the Moneyval meeting, all parties signed a written declaration to affirm their commitment to combat money laundering, terrorism financing and the financing of weapons of mass destruction.
Deputy Elaine Miller said: "It is important for Jersey to demonstrate that we stand alongside other countries in our commitment to combating financial crime in all its forms. As a leading international financial services centre, we are committed to meeting international standards.
"This visit has been an opportunity to meet fellow Moneyval ministers and delegations ahead of September, when we will be welcoming our peers to Jersey for an assessment of our own financial-crime prevention regime."
Jersey’s Assistant Chief Minister, Deputy Elaine Millar, represented the Island at the MONEYVAL Ministerial meeting yesterday in Warsaw, formally reaffirming Jersey’s commitment to combatting financial crime.— Government of Jersey (@GovJersey) April 26, 2023
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Ministers also condemned the continued aggression of the Russian Federation against Ukraine, while showing support for Ukrainian people.
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