Today is the last day to take part in a consultation on how businesses offering Jersey pension investment advice should be regulated.
The Government brought forward proposals to amend the Financial Services (Jersey) Law 1998 earlier this year.
Under the proposal, businesses that provide investment-type advice to consumers about Jersey pension products or private employer pension arrangements would fall under the existing investment business regulation.
The draft legislation was published by the Government after receiving views form industry representatives and the Regulator.
A consultation on the proposals was launched on 3 September and today (30 September) is the last day to contribute.
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