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Christmas 2012 Newsletter

5th December 2012

We are delighted to bring you the Christmas edition of the ETSOS Newsletter today.

The newsletter features:

  • Eddie Goldsmith, Head of the Conveyancing Association, who looks at the future of conveyancing and what the next three to five years might bring.
  • Adam Harmer from insurance provider CLS who writes exclusively for ETSOS about how title insurance might offer one way through the lender-driven minefield of tighter controls and intensifying scrutiny that is impacting the conveyancing industry.
  • We throw the spotlight on one of our ‘introducers’, Iain Cherry (Civil & Commercial Costs Lawyers), in a new occasional series.
  • We have a new Case Study featuring conveyancing specialist Angela Viney as well.
  • Not forgetting our latest product news round-up with enhancements to our ordering portal and news from our suppliers plus our recent preferred partner announcement with Quality Solicitors and the chance to win a £50 Amazon Voucher.

You can view the newsletter here

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Crack down on AML with “Flag it Up”

The government have moved to crack down on Money Laundering in the UK with a new campaign focusing on the accountancy, legal and property sectors. (more…)

How to write your AML risk assessment

The Money Laundering Regulations require estate agents to risk assess their business relationships and apply an appropriate level of investigation to ensure that they understand who their customer is, and why they are involved in the transaction. (more…)

Fines for failure to identify beneficial owners

Agents are falling foul of money laundering regulations by not having a process in place to identify third party ownership and beneficial owners. (more…)

NEWSFLASH: Funding doubles for industry regulator

The government have announced a significant funding increase for property industry regulator the National Trading Standards Estate Agency Team (NTSEAT).

There has long been criticism of a lack of resource in the team whose responsibility it is to police and enforce various regulations estate agents are governed by; including the Estate Agents Act 1979 and the Consumer Protection from Unfair Trading Regulations 2008 (CPRs). (more…)

£22.5k fine for estate agent…

A recent news story highlights the risks posed by the Consumer Protection from Unfair Trading Regulations, otherwise known as CPRs. (more…)

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