PSG sponsor the SLC Roadshow in Manchester

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18 June 2014


PSGMarket leading conveyancing search provider PSG, will once again support the Society of Licensed Conveyancers (SLC) as sponsors at their regional Roadshow in July.  The Roadshow is being co-hosted by the Bold Legal Group (BLG) and spaces are filling up fast.

The seminar will take place on Wednesday 2nd July at the Macdonald Hotel, Manchester and starts at 2pm and runs to 6pm.  The session carries 4 CPD POINTS

Business Development Director at PSG, Stephen Murray commented:  “We are delighted to continue our relationship with the SLC and support another of their regional Roadshows, it’s a great opportunity to work together with conveyancing professionals and allows us to assist in keeping our customers up to date with key changes in the industry.”

Topics being covered include:

  • The new Decision First Lender Exchange panel management system
  • The effect of the Mortgage Market Review going live
  • Flooding and the implications to home buyers
  • The impact of lawyer comparison websites
  • The responsibilities of firms in respect of workplace pensions

There will be representatives from several of PSG’s North West offices on hand throughout the event to provide further information on how PSG supports Conveyancers.

Entry to the events for SLC and BLG members is free. Non-members pay the very reasonable rate of £75.00 but if you join the SLC before or at the event then entry will be free. The events are open to all legal professionals, so please invite your colleagues.

If you are interested in attending please contact info@conveyancers.org.uk or telephone 08714 237193.

 



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