SearchFlow launches free CPD event for property lawyers

SearchFlow – the UK’s leading provider of search solutions and legal reports – is hosting a free CPD event that provides property lawyers, conveyancers and legal secretaries with guidance emerging technologies, cyber security and Anti-Money Laundering (AML).

The event, which is taking place on Tuesday 17th September at Leonardo Royal Hotel, St Paul’s London, brings together industry experts including Greg Roach, Director at Searches Group, who will cover mitigating risk and protecting your clients when it comes to AML.

Kris Clark from Landmark Information Group will talk about emerging technologies in the conveyancing process, while Emma Baddaley from Lawyer Checker will discuss how to defend firms from the threat of cybercrime and fraud.  There will also be a talk on Avoiding Professional Negligence Potholes, by David Jones and Daniel Fitzgerald from Glaysiers.

Thomas Quirke, Managing Director of SearchFlow, said:

“There’s considerable pressure on property lawyers to ensure the right checks are in place for every transaction, and our free event will focus on several highly current issues that are affecting property law professionals.

“Our speakers will discuss the impact of emerging technologies on the legal sector, as well as pressing matters such as AML and cyber security. Registration is now open, and we look forward to providing the continuing competence course later this month.”

To register for the event, visit: http://info.searchflow.co.uk/CPDSept19.

With more than one million conveyancing searches and legal reports run every year for over 2,000 legal clients across England and Wales, SearchFlow is regarded as one of the leading providers of comprehensive searches, surveys, identity checks and conveyancing insurance solutions and prides itself in working in partnership with its clients to provide solutions that enable competitive advantage.

For more information on SearchFlow, call 0870 423 2922, email sales@searchflow.co.uk or visit www.searchflow.co.uk.

 

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