Legal Eye expands team with the appointment of Loschinee Naidoo

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25 June 2013


Legal Eye announced today that a new Associate, Loschinee Naidoo, has joined the team.

Loschinee is an experienced Lawyer and Solicitor who brings with her a wealth of knowledge coupling legal and compliance experience in excess of 10 years. Loschinee personally founded and managed a  successful legal practice in South Africa and worked with leading financial institutions, local municipalities, leading property developers and managing agents.

Since 2010, she has worked for west end and city law firms in London, where she was responsible for regulatory and compliance procedures on a national and international standard, collectively working in over 40 countries. Loschinee has assisted various London based law firms in terms of all aspects of Outcomes Focused Regulations, Risk Management and Compliance in terms of SRA Code of Conduct.

Her friendly, simplistic and professional demeanor allows her to assist law firms of all sizes to be compliant, customer focused and professional.

Commenting on her appointment Loschinee Naidoo said:

“Many would be forgiven for wanting to put their head under a pillow, scream loudly and ignore the changing regulatory world around them. However, to manage compliance, and to alleviate the various challenges that law firms face, a systematic and cultural approach is needed.

I look forward to working with Legal Eye and its clients to advise on Risk Management, Compliance and Best Practice. Having systems and controls in place, that are uniform across the firm and efficient, ensures that firms increase productivity and business profits, whilst still complying with all relevant regulations”

Jaunita Gobby, Director of Legal Eye, said:

“Great to have Loschinee as part of the team.  Loschinee is based in Kent and will be focusing on Kent and the counties south of the M25.   We are very active in the CPD and seminar events and having Loschinee as part of the team ensures we have the additional coverage that we require.   Loschinee is very experienced in compliance and risk management and we look forward to working with her.”

 



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