Legal-Eye Ltd promotes Loschinee Naidoo

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30 July 2015

LegalEye200Legal-Eye Ltd (Legal Eye) is proud to announce that Loschinee Naidoo has been promoted to senior compliance and risk management specialist.

Loschinee joined the Legal Eye team over 2 years ago and has proven her worth through her hard work, diligent work ethic, client relationship skills and being a team player.

Jaunita Gobby, managing director, said: “The fantastic journey of 2015 continues and we continue to win new contracts and expand our relationships across the legal sector. We are so enjoying working with our current partners and starting to work with new partners – we are going from strength to strength.

“Working with the ULS Group has been so rewarding as well – it’s all worked out so well. Lo joined the Legal Eye team over 2 years ago and started as an associate. She was then promoted to senior associate and now this promotion. She is an asset to Legal Eye and deserves it 100%.”

Legal-Eye takes pride in their personal approach to compliance and risk management.

They work with a variety of practices, tailoring their advice to suit the needs of their individual firms and putting together a package that suits their needs and budget.

Loschinee Naidoo said: “It is a great privilege to be part of the Legal Eye team and my journey with this forward thinking, innovative and dynamic team has been nothing short of astounding.

“I am looking forward to using my extensive legal and compliance experience to help build on the strong foundation that Jaunita Gobby has so successfully created and help steer Legal Eye to an even higher dimension.

“I intend using my new position as senior compliance and risk management specialist to build on Legal Eye’s excellent reputation for understanding the legal regulatory landscape and their track-record for successfully steering clients through complicated risk and compliance matters are second to none.”

Legal Eye specialises in:

  • Risk Management
  • Best Practice
  • Compliance of the Code of Conduct
  • Lexcel Accreditation
  • CQS and WIQS Applications
  • The Legal Eye Quality Standard
  • File Reviews

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