2021 marks 60 years since Jersey’s modern financial services industry put down roots, exporting its financial expertise and intellectual capital to the world, and began its journey towards becoming the award-winning international finance centre it is today. This year is also Jersey Finance’s 20th anniversary.
To celebrate our industry milestone, we’re encouraging the finance industry on-Island to work with us to reach our fundraising goal to raise £60,000. Proceeds will support local charities via the Association of Jersey Charities.
Scroll down to discover more about our 60-year anniversary and how you can get involved.
To help us achieve our fundraising goal anyone can donate by visiting the Association of Jersey’s website.
Jersey Finance Member firms are invited to help us reach the £60,000 target by organising their own activities during Fundraising Week (20 – 24 September 2021). Read our guide for ideas on what you can do to fundraise and details of how we’ll collect money raised.
Are you a Jersey Finance Member fundraising for our 60th anniversary? Upload your #60for60 fundraising news and articles here.
Jersey Finance Members can view and purchase a range of sponsorship packages for our charity ball event, due to take place on 8 July 2022. If you have any questions, please contact a member of our events team.
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Not typically considered a creative sector, Joe and Amy speak about the importance of creativity in finance and how creative thinking and innovation is fundamental to business, including the finance sector. They also discuss the positive impact of the financial services industry on Jersey and internationally, in light of the industry's 60th anniversary.
Association of Jersey Charities
The Association of Jersey Charities was founded in 1971, and supports and represents charities in Jersey . The idea of setting up the Association of Jersey Charities came from a dinner conversation between Sir Billy Butlin, Deputy Cyril Tanguy, and Lord Louis Mountbatten, early in 1971. Deputy Cyril Tanguy was elected the first chairman, Daphne Minihane MBE was elected the first treasurer, and Stuart White was elected the first secretary. Read more.visit website
ArtHouse Jersey supports artists from Jersey and across the world to create ambitious work that has a positive impact on our Island community and international audiences.
Jersey Finance Members have access to a range of 60th anniversary sponsorship opportunities with ArtHouse Jersey.
Durrell Wildlife Conservation Trust is an international charity working to save species from extinction. Headquartered at Jersey Zoo, Durrell focuses on the most threatened species in the most threatened places. Established by author and conservationist Gerald Durrell in 1959, Durrell’s overall aim is for more diverse, beautiful, and resilient natural landscapes in which species can thrive and people can enjoy a deeper connection with nature. Their approach concentrates on the rewilding of animals, the rewilding of ecosystems, and the rewilding of people.
Jersey Finance works closely with the Government of Jersey. As a not-for-profit organisation we are funded by the Government of Jersey and local financial services firms.
As part of our 60th anniversary partnerships, we are working with Jersey Heritage to offer the local community podcasts, walks and special discounts.
We’re working with Jersey Post to design a commemorative stamp to mark the finance industry’s 60th Anniversary.
We are working with Jersey Uncovered to offer guided walks for our Member firms and the local community throughout the year.
We are working with JT to promote our anniversary in the 2021 local phone directory. Look out for your copy in April.
Jersey Finance already works with Visit Jersey to promote the many benefits of living, working and visiting our Island. Our 60th anniversary partnership with Visit Jersey will offer local residents and businesses special opportunities to make the most of our beautiful Island.