HSBC have announced that, with effect from today, sole practitioners with CQS accreditation can now act for both a customer and the bank on properties up to £350,000 – an increase from the previous £150,000.
This is welcome news for clients and practitioners alike.
- Are you a sole practitioner?
- Would you like to attain CQS accreditation but don’t have the time to completethe CQS application form and accompanying documents?
If the answer to both of the above questions is yes – we have the solution!
We have a dedicated team of Compliance Associates, specialising in CQS accreditation, who will work with you every step of the way to attaining and retaining CQS accreditation.
Don’t take our word for it – see what our clients say about us:
“We were recommended to Legal Eye by a local firm and we met them at the beginning of the year. They explained what needed to be done to become CQS accredited and we commissioned them to prepare for us compliant documents, policies, procedures and the like in order to make a successful CQS application. We duly became CQS accredited and Legal Eye continue to ensure that our procedures remain compliant. We would be happy to recommend Legal Eye to any firms in a similar situation.”
Legal Eye are leading experts in Risk & Compliance for law firms. We have assisted many firms of all sizes, including sole practitioners, to successful CQS accreditation.
We expect other lenders may follow HSBC’s lead? So don’t delay – speak to Rhonda Treacy-Hales, Director of Business Development, on 07702 074461 or email: email@example.com and join other sole practitioners in benefitting from HSBC’s announcement today.[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row]