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Article 9.2 of the Fourth EU Money Laundering Directive empowers the European Commission to identify 'high risk third countries'
This guidance explains the role of the Law Society and other organisations in the reporting of money laundering.
In this article, we expand on the advice provided in our practice note to give examples from different areas of law subject to the SRA Transparency Rules.
The Law Society has produced guidance that provides recommendations to firms on how to fulfil gender pay gap reporting requirements.
The Law Society has produced a comprehensive overview of the SRA's plans for the new Solicitors Qualifying Exam (SQE).
The Law Society has produced a detailed briefing for members about the changes that follow the SRA's 'Looking to the Future' consultation.
The Law Society has published FAQs providing useful information to solicitors for moving across and complying with the new SRA scheme for continuing competence.
The Money Laundering, Terrorist Financing and Transfer of Funds (Information on the Payer) Regulations 2017 have posed a challenge for firms of all sizes.
The Law Society has updated its advice for firms on compliance with UK regulations which transpose the EU ADR Directive.
The GDPR will introduce new reporting requirements and financial penalties with regard to data breaches.
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