ETSOS: How to risk manage conveyancing more effectively

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26 January 2016


PrintETSOS have teamed up with leading legal service providers Landmark and Compli to bring a series of events aimed at helping firms to take control and effectively minimise risks to their conveyancing departments.

Compli:

What Lies Beneath

  • Top tips for scrutinising your conveyancing files
  • Why you should audit your conveyancing files
  • What to look out for
  • Risk assessments
  • Key risk hotspots including AML/source of wealth, client care, conflicts, searches, undertakings, post-completion steps

Landmark:

The which, when and how of selecting the right risk report
Select the appropriate report for your conveyancing transaction

  • Why we do searches – Law Society compliance, avoiding traps and ‘nasty surprises’
  • Manage risk as part of the due diligence and client care processes
  • Breakdown the content of the reports – What data & information is included within environmental, flood and other risk reports?
  • Which reports to select and when; the right report for the right transaction
  • RiskView Residential: A brand new 4-in-1 combined environmental report for residential conveyancers.

Click on a location to view the venue and book your FREE place:

23/2/16, 9am-12pm: Manchester

24/2/16, 9am-12pm: Chester

29/2/16, 9am-12pm: Telford

3/3/16, 9am-12pm: Stoke

8/3/16, 9am-12pm: Birmingham

10/3/16, 9am-12pm: London

15/3/16, 1pm-4pm: Chelmsford

16/3/16, 9am-12pm: Guildford

16/3/16, 9am-12pm: Carlisle

17/3/16, 9am-12pm: Lancaster

For any queries and to book your FREE place please contact David Opie on 01524 220001

 



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