Honne pleased to welcome the SRA to discuss the new SRA Handbook

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14 July 2017

HonneHonne are delighted to announce an event with Chris Handford, SRA Director of Regulatory Policy, to discuss the strategic impact of the new SRA Handbook. The event will be hosted by Brethertons Bicester on 6th September 2017.
Katie Jackson, Director of Honne says “We are delighted to welcome the SRA to our strategic discussion with law firms. Come along, understand the importance of the changes, and make sure you make the next decision for your firm the right one.”

Paul Tucker from Lawyer Checker and Gary Pitts, FCA Consultant will bring industry and compliance knowledge our expert Panel.

2pm – Open and Refreshments
2.20pm – Opening welcome – Sue Heads, Consultant, Honne
2.30pm – Katie Jackson, Director, Honne, “Practical Implications of Looking to the Future”
3.15pm – Chris Handford, Director of Regulatory Policy, SRA “The New SRA Handbook”
4.00pm – Panel Session – Is Deregulation Right for you? A debate of the risks and opportunities
Honne Representative
Chris Handford – SRA
Paul Tucker – Lawyer Checker
Gary Pitts – FCA Consultant
4.45pm – Closing comments – Tom Horrocks, Consultant, Honne

Location – Brethertons Bicester Office, Franklins House, Manorsfield Road, Bicester OX26 6EX

This event is aimed at those working in law firms. Places are limited. To book yours please email Katie Jackson on katie@honne.co.uk or visit www.honne.co.uk/events to submit an enquiry.


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