BLG Summer Conference

BLG Summer Conference keynote speaker announced: James Munro

“What will changes to Upfront Material Information and Referral Fees mean to you?”

That’s the question James Munro, Head of the National Trading Standards Estate and Letting Agency Team, will be answering during his keynote at the BLG Summer Conference this June 28th.

The way you work, and the way you win new work is changing. Make sure these changes are to your advantage, and not to your detriment.

  • Learn how earlier client engagement, will not only be beneficial for your client but also for you
  • Reduce the number of abortive transactions you are involved in
  • Have your say on whether referral fees should stay, or should go

James Munro’s keynote will be one of a number of high level keynote talks and panel discussions from conveyancing leaders taking place during the conference. Don’t miss out – book your “Early Bird” ticket today.

  • 3 CPD hours available from attendance
  • 4 for 3 group booking offer available – contact Bold Legal Group for details
  • BLG member discount available with promocode found within member bulletins

Keynote speaker: James Munro, Head of the National Trading Standards Estate and Letting Agency Team, Powys County Council

James joined the Trading Standards profession in 1989 and spent many years as an operational Trading Standards Officer – he now leads the National Trading Standards Estate & Letting Agency Team, overseeing the regulation of estate agency work in the UK and the private rented sector in England. The team works closely with local authorities, redress schemes, professional bodies, industry and government in its aim to protect consumers and safeguard businesses in the property sector. James is a Chartered Trading Standards Practitioner, a Fellow of the Institute, a qualified coach and mentor, and  a regular speaker at industry events.

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