PSG announced as exclusive sponsors of the Law Society CQS networking events in March

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20 February 2012


PSG, one of the market-leading providers of property searches and reports to the legal and conveyancing sectors, has been confirmed as exclusive sponsor of the Law Society’s Conveyancing Quality Scheme networking events in March 2012.

This series of five CQS networking events is a free membership benefit for accredited members of the CQS scheme. They will provide an opportunity for the members to hear expert speakers discussing topical conveyancing related issues. In turn each event will be followed by a post-event networking session where members can share their experiences of the accreditation and network.

The events will be held on:

  • 1 March – London
  • 7 March – Southampton
  • 14 March – Manchester
  • 15 March – Nottingham
  • 27 March – Bristol

Andrea Glover, Managing Director of PSG, said “PSG is delighted to have been given the opportunity to sponsor such a prestigious series of events. We have always been considered the quality provider of searches of all types within the industry and to be associated with the Quality Conveyancing Scheme in this way demonstrates our commitment to quality and service”.

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