We are the ulimate regulatory body for financial services and for anti-money laundering for Saint Christopher and Nevis
The Embassy of the United States of America presents its compliments to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Aviation of the Federation of St. Christopher and Nevis and has the honor to request assistance in ensuring that no support or services are provided to individuals and entities designated by the United States, to include seaport/marina docking permissions, maintenance, refueling or other resupply, or any other assistance to blocked vessels or other vessels that are owned or controlled by sanctioned individuals or entities. This will prevent efforts by Russian oligarchs to offload assets or obtain assistance during the invasion of Ukraine. Assistance in this will further advance the recently launched international task force to enforce sanctions on designat3d individuals and entities.
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Russia’s premeditated and unprovoked war against Ukraine flagrantly violates international law, is contrary to U.S. national security and foreign policy interests, and undermines global order, peace, and security. The United States and our Allies and partners have offered Russia numerous opportunities to de-escalate this crisis, and Russia has chosen war and conflict instead.
Effective 25th May 2021, the following procedures will be implemented at the FSRC:
1. Only one (1) person would be allowed within the office at a time.
2. All persons must sanitize upon entry and your temperature would also be taken.
3. Upon entry, kindly provide name and contact information to be recorded in the register.
4. You will be contacted via telephone when your documents are available for collection and the time of collection.
NO MASK NO ENTRY
Please be guided accordingly.
26th August 2020
The Royal St. Christopher and Nevis Police Force (RSCNPF), the Financial Services Regulatory Commission (FSRC) and the Financial Intelligence Unit (FIU) would like to draw the public’s attention to a Warning Notice issued by the Eastern Caribbean Securities Regulatory Commission (ECSRC) dated 21 July 2020. This Notice advised of various “investment-related” scams and fraudulent offerings including:
The Regulator / Director
Financial Services Regulatory Commission - St. Kitts Branch
P O Box 898
South Independence Square Street, Basseterre