SearchFlow releases dates for risk management and compliance seminars

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12 July 2012


Electronic conveyancing search service SearchFlow has released the latest dates for its CPD seminar series.

Aimed at legal professionals in the residential market, the seminars are led by recognised industry experts who will highlight the latest developments in risk management and compliance in the property transaction.

The complimentary seminars will consider what this means to conveyancers, and will explore some of the tools available to help ensure they don’t fall foul of the legal requirements.

Specific topics include:

  • Developments in lender panels and the role of CQS;
  • The common pitfalls in compliance rules;
  • Changes in flood risk requirements – are you sure you know your local area?;
  • How legal indemnities insurance can absorb conveyancing risk and provide wider protection to those involved in the conveyancing process; and
  • Identifying which of the due diligence searches are relevant to the property

Places are strictly limited, but all attendees will receive three CPD points and have the option of staying for a networking buffet lunch.

The venues and dates are as follows:

Leeds, Thursday 27 September, Hilton Hotel, Neville Street, Leeds LS1 4BX, 9.15-12.45.

Southampton, Wednesday 17 October, Hilton Hotel, Bracken Place, Chilworth, Southampton SO16 3RB, 9.15-12.45.

London, Tuesday 30 October 2012, Glaziers Hall, 9 Montague Close, London SE1 9DD, 9.15-12.45

To register click on the link or e-mail seminars@searchflow.co.uk.

Richard Hinton, business development director of SearchFlow, said: “The two big buzz words in the property industry today are ‘risk’ and ‘compliance’, and keeping up with legislative changes and requirements is a challenge for everyone.

“As such SearchFlow has designed a practical seminar programme designed to help conveyancers work efficiently and, more importantly, compliantly.

“We remain committed to ensuring best practice in the property transaction and our CPD seminar series is designed to deliver all the information you need to run your business successfully and to give the homebuyer peace of mind.”

 



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