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Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) guidelines for multinational enterprises

​We encourage companies to use the OECD guidelines for Multinational Enterprises.

The guidelines promote a code of business conduct for use in a global environment. This is consistent with relevant laws and internationally recognised standards.

The aim of the guidelines

Use of the guidelines is voluntary and does not override local laws and legislation.

The aim is to encourage companies to promote the positive aspect of these guidelines. This will help them to progress:

  • economically
  • environmentally
  • socially

Jersey National Contact Point

The role of the Jersey National Contact Point (JNCP) is to raise awareness of the guidelines to the:

  • business community
  • employee organisations
  • non-governmental organisations
  • stakeholders

This includes working with the Jersey's financial services promotional body, Jersey Finance Limited.

Jersey Finance Limited on the Jersey Finance website

Raising a complaint

You can raise a complaint with the JNCP if you believe a company has breached the guidelines.

The Jersey National Contact Point is:

Kristin Holmes
Lead Policy Adviser

Financial Services Unit
Chief Minister's Department
Government of Jersey
Cyril Le Marquand House
St Helier JE4 8QT

Tel: +44 (0) 1534 440427

Email Kristin Holmes

For further information on the OECD guidelines for Multinational Enterprises and how it to apply it to your business, download the below document:

The OECD Guidelines for Mutinational Enterprises

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