John Graham joins the Legal Eye team

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19 May 2014


“I am delighted to be joining the remarkable team”

Lenders and Corporates are increasingly taking steps to de-risk their supplier relationships by implementing tighter controls and compliance requirements. To strengthen the Legal Eye team in relation to this area of expertise we are delighted to announce the appointment of John Graham who previously worked for a number of years in a senior position within Legal & General.

John says “I am delighted to be joining the remarkable Team at such a progressive and highly regarded Company as Legal Eye and look forward to making a real difference to both the Solicitors’ Practices and their customers in London & the South East.”

Jaunita Gobby, Founder and Director of Legal Eye:  “Due to his background John brings a fresh perspective and a different level of expertise with complements the strategic direction Legal Eye is taking not only in relation to compliance for solicitors and licensed conveyancers but also in relation to Lender and Corporate requirements.”



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