David Greene sets out the background of the economic crime levy and explains the representations we’ve been making on your behalf.
The minimum salary for trainee solicitors we recommende has risen by 1.1% to £20,217 outside London and £22,794 in the capital.
The Solicitors Regulation Authority visited 74 firms to review their anti-money laundering policies, controls and procedures.
We've published a summary of the Solicitors Regulation Authority's updated sectoral risk assessment.
We've called on the LSB to concentrate on the sector’s recovery in our response to its draft 2021-2022 strategy and business plan.
We've responded to the Legal Services Board's draft strategy for regulation of the legal services sector.
The UK Financial Intelligence Unit has published sanitised feedback from law enforcement agencies on their use of suspicious activity reports (SARs).
Solicitor firms could face enforcement by the SRA if they do not register their tax advice work under new anti-money-laundering obligations.
The Legal Sector Affinity Group (LSAG) has updated its anti-money laundering (AML) guidance for the legal sector.
The Legal Sector Affinity Group (LSAG) has released new anti-money laundering guidance that must be reviewed by solicitors so that their policies will comply.
The Home Office has published the third issue of its new newsletter, Economic Crime Quarterly.
Asking for a 19% budget hike for the Legal Ombudsman service in the middle of the COVID-19 crisis is unrealistic and poorly timed.