X-Press Legal Services host free 3- part webinar series

X- Press Legal Services, the largest independent property search company is hosting a three-part webinar series free for conveyancing professionals which started in November.

The webinar series entitled Sidestepping the Trapdoors of Client Onboarding is being held in partnership with law firm compliance experts, HiveRisk.

Kate Burt, Founder of HiveRisk and Gavin Ball, Technical Director will shine a light on common issues encountered by residential conveyancers during the onboarding process.

​​​​​​​​​​​​This first session focussing on identity issues is now available to view here. A must for those onboarding new clients, the webinar covered the basics of what the regulations say that conveyancers need to do. Highlighting some of the common misunderstandings and mistakes that firms make.

Next webinar: Thursday 21st December 2023

Source of Funds Enquiries and AML Reporting Procedures- Common pitfalls and Errors

How much is enough?

A common question Compliance Officers get asked about Source of Funds enquiries.

In this session we will look at how to conduct accurate and relevant Source of Funds enquiries inline with legislation and regulatory requirements, and the common mistakes and pitfalls that people encounter when completing these checks.

In addition, we will look at the complex area of AML Reporting, how to do it correctly and in line with legislation and regulatory requirements, and the common mistakes and pitfalls that people encounter when making both internal and external disclosures.

Aligned to this we will look at the technology available to assist you with the above checks and how this can help.

You can register for free here.

The final webinar of the series will be Thursday 18th January 2024 – full details to follow.

For more information about X-Press Legal Services and the webinar series visit https://xpresslegal.co.uk/

 

This article was submitted to be published by X-Press Legal Services as part of their advertising agreement with Today’s Conveyancer. The views expressed in this article are those of the submitter and not those of Today’s Conveyancer.

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