Riliance announces 600th client

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12 April 2013


Mason Bullock has become one of the latest law firms to sign up to the Riliance system.

Riliance is now well regarded as an innovative and market leading service, purpose built for COLPs and COFAs working in today’s regulatory environment. As the 600th customer, Mason Bullock Solicitors join the ever increasing number of firms who are investing in risk and compliance.

Explaining why Mason Bullock chose Riliance, Ian Mason added: “After seeing the Riliance system at the Law Society’s Risk & Compliance conference we concluded that Riliance is the comprehensive product we were looking for. It will provide the right level of support for all our staff, and will enable me in particular, as the firm’s COLP, to reduce dramatically the time and effort needed to manage risk and compliance.”

Mark Gidge, CEO of Riliance, said “We are delighted to have another forward thinking firm on board and look forward to working with them, with our recent release of four new modules Riliance will enable firms to complete, report on and manage a wide range of tasks that are necessary for demonstrating compliance with OFR and gives the COLP and COFA instant visibility and effective management over high-level risk and compliance issues”



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