About the TCIFSC
The Commission is an independent statutory body established under the Financial Services Commission Ordinance 2001 and continued under the Financial Services Commission Ordinance 2007.
The Commission is an integrated regulator with responsibility for the regulation of all financial services businesses operating in or from the Turks and Caicos Islands (TCI), and the supervision of designated non-financial business and persons (DNFBPs) and not-for-profit entities operating in or from the TCI. The Commission, through the Commercial Registry, is also responsible for the administration of company formation, registration, patents, trademarks and business names.
The Commission led by as seven-member Board of Commissioners and reports to and takes directions from His Excellency the Governor of the Turks and Caicos Islands.
The Mission of the Commission is to encourage and maintain public confidence in the financial services industry in the Turks and Caicos Islands.
The Vision of the Commission to be a respected, fair, effective and risk-focused integrated regulator which facilitates financial sector stability and economic development
In carrying out its mission the Commission will be guided by the following set of values:
- Integrity: being forthright, honest, ethical and consistent in its dealings with stakeholders;
- Transparency: being open and accountable in its dealings and facilitating consultation with stakeholders;
- Independence: ensuring that regulatory and operational decisions are objective, balanced and free of undue influence from related parties;
- Efficiency: managing resources effectively in order to deliver value for money.