CQS, Compliance and the Cloud body

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3 September 2014


The Compli team from Weightmans is delighted to be hosting a series of FREE seminars entitled ‘CQS, Compliance and the Cloud.’

With input from compliant search provider ETSOS, Cloud and IT infrastructure provider Converge Technology Specialists and leading accounts package Quill Pinpoint, the seminars are targeted at conveyancing partners, heads of conveyancing and compliance managers with a focus on:

  •  CQS, risk management and compliance
  •  CQS requirements on enquiry handling
  •  Exploration of issues relating to AML
  •  Complaints and claims; points of failure relating to procedure errors
  •  Regulatory issues regarding disaster recovery

To reserve your place click below:

Manchester, 24th September: Weightmans LLP, M1 3BN

London, 16th October, Weightmans LLP, EC41 3BF

Leicester, 22nd October, Weightmans LLP, LE1 6LP

Liverpool, 29th October, Weightmans LLP, L3 9QJ

About Compli

Compli is a bespoke consultancy which delivers a full-service, flexible package of tailored support to lawyers, including expert legal and best practice advice, as well as assistance on regulation, compliance, business management and structure.

It offers the following services to solicitors, barristers and in-house lawyers:

  • Risk Sensitive Audits
  • Regulatory compliance
  • Handling complaints
  • Risk management
  • ABS feasibility studies and applications
  • Mergers, acquisitions, divestments and orderly wind-downs
  • COLP & COFA support
  • Personal liability issues
  • Lexcel/Quality standards
  • Training

compli.weightmans.com



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