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Reporting of Foreign Companies

If you are a registered trust company business - please click on the following link if you want to upload a FIC Excel Spreadsheet
Excel Spreadsheet upload

The Global Return Foreign Incorporated Companies (“GRFIC”) should only be used by service providers which are registered with the Jersey Financial Services Commission to carry on trust company business.

For guidance on which foreign incorporated companies can be included on the GRFIC please follow the link to “Foreign companies”.

Information required

The Comptroller requires the following information to be declared in respect of each of the foreign incorporated companies included on the GRFIC:-

  1. The name of the company.
  2. The place in which the company is incorporated.
  3. The date on which the company is first managed and controlled from Jersey.
  4. The date on which the company ceased to be managed and controlled from Jersey (where applicable).
  5. The accounting profits/loss for the company accounting period(s) which end in the year of assessment.
  6. The activities of the company by reference to the criteria as set out in the guidance notes for “Foreign companies” (this is mandatory for the year of assessment 2018). For the guidance note follow the link to “Foreign companies”.

If you are unable to upload the spreadsheet please check that you have entered all the relevant information for each of the foreign incorporated companies included on the GRFIC.

GRFIC excel spreadsheet

The GRFIC excel spreadsheet for the year of assessment 2018 can be downloaded by clicking on the link below. Save the spreadsheet on to your system so that it is available for uploading.

Registered Trust Company Business - Excel Spreadsheet download

Once you have completed the GRFIC, you can upload the spreadsheet via the Upload menu option at the top of this page.

The GRFIC must be submitted to the Comptroller of Taxes no later than midnight on 31st December in the year following the year of assessment. Failure to make a return by the filing deadline may result in each foreign incorporated company being the subject of a fine of £250.

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