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Resumption of onsite inspections | Guernsey Financial Services Commission

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The Commission’s Financial Crime Division is recommencing its routine financial crime inspections to firms with immediate effect.  Routine inspections were suspended on 19 March 2020 to enable firms to deal with the immediate operational  impact of the coronavirus lockdown. Financial Crime inspections are resuming now as the finance industry has demonstrated its resilience and firms have generally adapted well to new methods of working.   When undertaking these inspections, the Division’s staff will ensure that they follow all current public health guidelines including implementing social distancing requirements.

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