Rhonda Treacy-Hales is promoted to director of business development

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4 November 2016


LegalEye200Legal Eye, a subsidiary of ULS Technology is delighted to announce the promotion of Rhonda Treacy-Hales to director of business development.

Commenting on the new appointment, incoming managing director Paul Saunders said; “Legal Eye has a clear growth strategy and the appointment of a director of business development is crucial to fulfilling our ambitions. I look forward to working with Rhonda and the rest of the team to achieve our aims over the next 12 months and coming years.”

Rhonda, speaking about her new role, went on to say; “Law firms in the UK are under a constant increasing pressure to improve their compliance processes and procedures, fighting a daily battle mitigating their risk against fraud whilst meeting the needs of their regulator(s) and clients.

“I continue to gain immense satisfaction in working with the Legal Eye team to help firms to protect and grow their businesses. My new role allows me further scope in expanding and developing our leading edge services to the market, a challenge I am hugely looking forward to.”

Founder of Legal Eye, Jaunita Gobby said; “I am so proud of Rhonda and her promotion.  She is a dedicated and loyal team member and an absolute asset to the team.”



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