Funds Regulation (Jersey)

Gain a detailed insight into the regulatory landscape in Jersey, reviewing the key laws, rules and regulations with which funds must comply, along with guidance issued by the local regulator.

Course details

Explore this CPD course for an in-depth understanding of Jersey's regulatory framework. Delve into crucial laws, rules, and regulations that funds must adhere to, along with guidance from the local regulator.

Study at your own pace, with 12 months access to an online learning platform, providing you with interactive course material, written by an industry expert.


Course dates, fees and enrol now:


Applicable local taxes and discounts will be added to your basket on checkout.

What will I learn?

  • The Jersey fund industry and the Jersey Financial Services Commission (JFSC)
  • Financial Services (Jersey) Law 1998 (the FS Law), including Code of Practice for Fund Services Business
  • Jersey private funds (JPF) regime
  • Jersey public funds regime / regulatory consent under Collective Investment Funds (Jersey) Law 1988 (the CIF Law)
  • Guide to Jersey Open-Ended Unclassified Collective Investment Funds offered to the general public (the OCIF Guide) and the Collective Investment Funds (Certified Funds - Prospectuses) (Jersey) Order 2012 (the ‘CFPO’)Alternative Investment Funds (Jersey) Regulations 2012

Is this course right for me?

Students of this course typically include:

  • professionals working in investment, fund administration and financial services
  • those working in the private banking and wealth management industry
  • lawyers, auditors, accountants, compliance professionals, IT developers and those working in trusts

Course format

This course is delivered through an online learning platform, providing you with 12 months’ access to bespoke, interactive course material, written by an industry expert.

There is no formal assessment for this course, so you can study and learn at your own pace, referring back to the content as and when needed for the purpose of practice.

There are 30 nominal hours of study recommended for this course. 

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