On 18th July, an article from law firm Ogier focuses on the implementation of EU sanctions in Jersey. Jersey is not part of the EU; however, EU sanctions are brought into force in Jersey by way of domestic legislation and has implemented all major EU sanctions. It says that sanctions compliance is a prominent item on the regulatory agenda in Jersey. During the course of the last 12 months significant amount of guidance has been provided as to how it is expected businesses on the island should conduct themselves in respect of their responsibilities in relation to sanctions compliance. This is of no surprise when considered against the backdrop of the recent Moneyval report issued in respect of Jersey.