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Portfolio service

Large-scale transactions can place a heavy burden on teams already under pressure to deliver the professional service their clients demand. They also want to be free to focus on the legal aspects of their work, rather than be drawn into protracted administrative tasks.

That’s why ETSOS will prepare and place orders on your behalf, delivering all the required searches with no added fees. Treat us like an extension of your own team, one that not only improves the efficiency but also the profitability of your commercial department.

Our account managers bring years of practical experience and a wealth of industry know-how to be able to drive this swift, seamless portfolio service.

We are going to win a lot of business thanks to ETSOS Julian Sampson – Wright and Wright LLP

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