Promotions within Legal-Eye Ltd (subsidiary of ULS Group)

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14 April 2015


LegalEye200Legal-Eye Ltd (Legal Eye) is proud to announce five promotions within the internal and associate team.

Rhonda Treacy-Hales has been promoted to head of business development, Dawn Stone has been promoted to paraplanner, legal services and there have been three promotions within the associate team. Helen Glaze, Loschinee Naidoo and Norman Denton have been promoted to senior associates.

Legal Eye provides sound knowledge and practical solutions to comply with the ever-changing regulatory framework.

Jaunita Gobby, managing director, said: “It has been a great start of the year for the Legal Eye team. We’ve had the acquisition that took place recently, together with winning several big new contracts and we celebrate our sixth birthday on the 1st of May. All of this adds up to a growing awareness and reputation as the people to go to within the industry. The time has gone so quickly and we have achieved so much in those six years. The time is right for these promotions. We have established a solid team and with our range of flexible packages and practical solutions we will be focusing on further growth in the compliance work that we do for the legal sector.”

Rhonda Treacy-Hales commented: “Being part of the fantastic Legal Eye team, and experiencing its growth over the past two years has been an incredible and rewarding journey for us all.  In my new capacity as head of business development, I am very much looking forward to working with the team, promoting Legal Eye within the sector and building further on our success.”

Dawn Stone commented: “Having worked for Legal Eye for over 12 months I am delighted to have been promoted to Paraplanner, Legal Services. Legal Eye have one of the best mixes of professionals and their work integrity is second to none.  I am very excited about the future progress of Legal Eye and to be a part of their growth.”

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 commented: “It is a high honor and a proud moment to be promoted to senior associate at Legal Eye, a company that mirrors both my professional and personal vision. It is an opportunity that I look forward to as it supports the overall vision of the company and one which will allow me to play a more active role as compliance advisor to our clients, a supportive mentor to fellow respected colleagues, and an opportunity to learn and make a valuable contribution, led by an innovative forward thinking management team, who are at the forefront of the legal risk and compliance industry.

Legal Eye specialises in:

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

Helen Glaze said “I was delighted to be offered the post of senior associate.  I feel incredibly privileged to be a part of the Legal Eye team and am very much looking forward to what I know will be exciting times ahead as we build on the successes of the last six years.”

Norman Denton added “It’s been a great honor to be part of the Legal Eye team since 2012. I get a real sense of achievement working in this sector and relish the opportunities ahead to go further.”

 



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