Supplements»Jersey Report 2019

Romil_PatelA Crown dependency that styles itself as an international finance centre, Jersey has traditionally adopted a future-focused view – a philosophy that could prove to be a winning formula given the uncertain world we live in.

EarthNicholas Pratt looks at Jersey’s efforts to develop itself as a fund distribution hub to global markets.

Future_technologiesRomil Patel talks to the new chief executive of Jersey Finance, Joe Moynihan, about meeting the demands of a changing world.

CurvesJersey may be small in size, but it is carving out a large presence in the digital space thanks to a flexible regulatory framework and innovative initiatives, writes Lynn Strongin Dodds.

Jersey’s ability to innovate, its potential role as a post-Brexit bridge between the UK and the EU, and a significant increase in alternative assets were among the topics discussed by our panel. Chaired by Romil Patel in St Helier.

Leading figures in Jersey’s funds market tell Nicholas Pratt about the importance of new economic substance legislation and its implications in terms of corporate governance and jurisdiction decisions.

New_YorkAs Jersey makes overtures to investors in the US, Nicholas Pratt investigates how it could be a gateway into Europe for managers across the Atlantic.

Mike_JonesFor the past 40 years, Jersey has been a prominent player in delivering fund services, offering a full suite of fund products from detailed rules-based retail public funds through to private funds for professional investors.

JerseyExperts in Jersey’s funds industry discuss managing expectations with respect to alternatives, the demand for sustainable investments and the importance of pricing in domiciliation decisions.

Ged_KellyGed Kelly, head of fund operations, Nordic Capital