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Bailiwick

The administrative term for the jurisdictions of Guernsey and Jersey, which are areas outside the United Kingdom belonging to the British Crown and in most ways subject to the United Kingdom. The term derives from a medieval jurisdiction presided over by a type of medieval sheriff's deputy. A bailiwick is headed by a bailiff.
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We have discussed the outcomes of the recent UK/EU negotiations held in June and have been able to work through and assess the Bailiwick's readiness planning for Brexit to ensure that the Islands are prioritising our legislative and operational preparedness in line with the UK and other Crown Dependencies.
The FIS operates as the Bailiwick's financial intelligence unit (FIU).