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Join us in June at one of our June CPD sessions at cities around the country in June. These are open to all Licensed Conveyancers and Conveyancing Technicians as well as anyone else working in CLC-regulated firms and indeed anyone else in the conveyancing industry.
We will be looking at how you can respond to new requirements around:
It will also be a chance to put your questions to the CLC team.
Click on the links below to book your free place.
The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is principles-based and takes a risk-based approach to data protection. This allows practices to decide for themselves what steps are appropriate and proportionate to comply with GDPR, meaning that the approach large practices need to take to get ready for GDPR is likely to be different to the approach smaller firms and sole-practitioners need to take.
The CLC has also joined the Home Office Flag It Up! Campaign to encourage the reporting of suspicious activity that may point to money laundering.
Download a poster to raise colleagues’ awareness of money laundering.
MLR 2017 checks
The Money Laundering Regulations 2017 checks are now underway and we have had a good response from individuals sending through their certified proofs. If you have received an email telling you that you need to take part in this exercise and have not yet responded, please:
Remember, all proofs and your personal information form should be received at the CLC’s office no later than 18th May 2018.
Now is a good time to familiarise yourself with the CLC Notifications Code to make sure you keep the CLC updated with any notifiable changes.
Here are some of our major achievements in the year:
You can also read our Financial Statements for the year.
Eight out of ten of who attended our conference in January said they would definitely take part again next year.
Next year’s conference is on Wednesday, 23rd January, 2019 at Etc. Venues, County Hall, London.