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Capital Markets Union mid-term review: Channel Islands respond to Commission consultation

On 17 March 2017 the Channel Islands submitted the attached response to the Commission’s consultation as part of the mid-term review of the Capital Markets Union (CMU) initiative.  The response was submitted by CIBO on behalf of the Guernsey and Jersey Governments and of the Guernsey and Jersey Financial Services …

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Jersey Minister for External Relations visits Brussels

The Jersey Minister for External Relations, Senator Sir Philip Bailhache visited Brussels on 8 March 2017.  The Minister met with: the Ambassador of New Zealand to the EU, Mr David Taylor; the Ambassador of Iceland to the EU, Mrs Bergdís Ellertsdóttir; the Deputy Ambassador of Switzerland to the EU, Mr …

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Data protection: Channel Islands delegation holds talks with European Commission

On 28 February 2017, a Channel Islands delegation held a meeting in Brussels at senior official level with the European Commission’s Directorate General for Justice and Consumers (DG JUST) to discuss data protection issues. The meeting was organized by the Channel Islands Brussels Office and the delegation comprised Mrs Emma …

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CIBO is recruiting a Senior Policy Adviser (Financial Services)

CIBO has a vacancy for the post of Senior Policy Adviser (Financial Services). Recruitment is being managed by our chosen recruitment partner European Affairs Recruitment Services (EARS). Details of the vacancy and how to apply can be found in this notice by EARS on LinkedIn. Please note that any applications …

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Chief Ministers of Guernsey and Jersey visit Brussels

The Chief Minister of Guernsey, Deputy Gavin St Pier, and the Chief Minister of Jersey, Senator Ian Gorst, visited Brussels on 29 November. It was the fourth visit at Chief Minister level in the past 3 years following the visits in January 2014, May 2015 and January 2016. It was …

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