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JFSC appoints Director of Supervisory Engagement

JFSC appoints Director of Supervisory Engagement

Friday 18 October 2019

JFSC appoints Director of Supervisory Engagement


The Jersey Financial Services Commission (JFSC) has appointed a Director of Supervisory Engagement to join its Supervision division.

Sarah Kittleson, who has worked at the JFSC since 2004, will be responsible for the regulator’s two teams, who supervise the banking and fund services business sectors and the trust company business, investment business and insurance sectors respectively.

As Director of Supervisory Engagement, Ms Kittleson will also be tasked with supporting the organisation’s strategic priorities and driving forward engagement with Industry.

“Sarah’s move to the Supervision division strengthens our existing team and demonstrates our commitment to developing our people," commented Jill Britton, Director of Supervision. "With 15 years of experience across the JFSC, Sarah brings to Supervision a wealth of knowledge and expertise that will help shape the future of the division.

"It is an exciting and changing time for the JFSC as we focus on building upon our existing supervisory effectiveness. We are committed to being first-rate supervisors and Sarah will be integral to us continuing to deliver in this regard.”

Ms Kittleson added: “I am very much looking forward to taking on this new role and working with Jill Britton in leading the Supervision division. We are embarking on an ambitious strategy to enhance and cement our regulatory framework and I am excited to play a part in implementing positive changes that will make us yet more effective at supervising Jersey’s financial services industry.”

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