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Regulation for small firms

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29 March 2016By

Outcomes-focused regulation was intended to offer firms greater flexibility, but many now cite compliance obligations as a significant burden. Leading commentators and practitioners talk to Lucy Trevelyan about trends in regulation, and offer their top tips for effective compliance.

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Practice Advice Service

4 December 2015

The Law Society’s Practice Advice Service offers a practical Q&A to help tackle some AML conundrums.

Money laundering regulations and the taxation of compensation payments in employment compromise agreementsSubscription

31 July 2015Updated: 4 August 2015

When advising on employment compromise agreements, does the provision of advice on the taxation of compensation payments mean that the solicitor is acting as a ‘tax adviser’ and therefore must comply with the Money Laundering Regulations 2007? 

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