Compliance Manager at Legal IT Show 2013

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28 February 2013


Compliance Manager UK Ltd are to launch version 2 of their new Compliance Manager software suite on Stand 51 at this year’s Legal IT show. Designed by law firm management professionals to provide all compliance officers with a fully comprehensive software management system complete with integrated compliance and risk management monitoring and reporting facilities, Compliance Manager includes modules covering all aspects of law firm compliance under OFR including Risk Management, Client & Matter Management, Fee Earner Supervision Management, Complaints Management, Compliance Planning & Reporting, Compliance Failure Management, Automated Alerts & Notifications, Register Maintenance & Review Systems.

Managing Director, Nigel Harper, says ‘Legal IT provides us with the ideal platform for announcing the arrival of the most comprehensive compliance management software system available to the UK legal services market. With sales to firms ranging from the top 150 through to smaller 1-4 partner firms Compliance Manager has already shown the need for a compliance product that extends beyond solely meeting the recording needs of compliance officers and gets to the heart of compliance management by providing fee earners with the extensive case and file compliance workflows that are at the very core of compliance as set out in the SRA’s outcomes focussed regulation regime.’

Nigel goes on to point out that ‘although the far reaching implications of the new OFR regime are still not fully understood by many law firms there are clear signs that firms that are serious about achieving the outcomes contained within the SRA Code of Conduct 2011 recognise the need for fundamental changes to their compliance processes that extend far beyond client ID verification, anti-money laundering and breach recording. Developed by experienced practitioners over the last 2 years Compliance Manager is able to provide all such firms with an immediate and comprehensive solution which avoids the considerable time and expense involved in having to research, document and re-write the systems and processes that all firms will need in order to meet their obligations.’

For further information contact nigel.harper@compliancemanageruk.com

 

 



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