We are the ulimate regulatory body for financial services and for anti-money laundering for Saint Christopher and Nevis
The Financial Services Regulatory Commission would like to inform the General Public that the office will resume normal hours of operation on Monday 15th June 2020. The opening hours to the General Public are 9:00 a.m to 3:00 p.m.
Please be guided accordingly.
“As we stand on the brink of the third decade of the millennium, we find ourselves in the midst of an apparent barrage of ever-changing international imperatives and policies. What this translates to for small jurisdictions such as ours is the requirement for a multi Sectoral, consistent approach to financial integrity as well as the need to maintain security on virtually all levels.”
Honourable Vincent Byron Jr., Attorney General& Minister of Justice and Legal Affairs
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The Law Commission is a statutory body created by The Law Commission Act No. 27 of 2012. The Commission is a body corporate and its membership is as follows: The Law Revision Commissioner/Law Reform Commissioner who shall be the Chairperson of the Commission along with one person nominated by the St. Kitts and Nevis Bar Association and three other persons appointed by the Minister responsible for Legal Affairs. The functional aspect of the Commission is carried out by the office of the Law Reform Commissioner operating under the aegis of the Ministry of Legal Affairs.
The Regulator / Director
Financial Services Regulatory Commission - St. Kitts Branch
P O Box 898
South Independence Square Street, Basseterre