The Financial Services Commission (FSC) plans to restructure its operations, improve its supervisory capabilities, and facilitate the expansion of the financial markets.

This, while ensuring the safety and soundness of regulated entities and greater consumer protection.

The commission will pursue several strategies to this end in fiscal year 2021/22, details of which are outlined in the Jamaica Public Bodies Estimates of Revenue and Expenditure for the year ending March 2022.

According to the document, the FSC will be looking to establish and maintain a proactive and responsive regulatory and supervisory framework for industries it regulates.