Compli provides a comprehensive range of compliance and risk management services to traditional law firms of all sizes as well as alternative business structures, barristers, in-house lawyers and other stakeholders involved in the legal sector.
Compli provides a bespoke due diligence service to banks, investors, insurers and brokers. The aim is to identify whether the business is robust and stable in a financial and regulatory sense, and if it represents a low or high risk environment for stakeholders.
Lawyers continue to face unprecedented pressures and challenges to their businesses, whilst at the same time shouldering the burden of increasing regulation and scrutiny from the SRA. It is perhaps unsurprising then that law firm failures are on the increase as the impact of these changes is felt right across the profession.
Compli offers a unique support service which allows lawyers to get on with their business knowing that it is compliant in the eyes of the regulator. Whether your business is a partnership, limited company, ABS, or you operate as a sole practitioner, barrister or in-house solicitor, we can provide assistance and guidance to help you and your business not only to survive but thrive in these challenging times.
We have a tailor-made, fixed fee retainer service designed to support you in meeting the evolving regulatory, compliance and risk requirements you face. This is underpinned by incisive commercial advice on business management and structure, as well as employment and insolvency advice delivered by specialist teams with outstanding experience in their disciplines.
We also advise other stakeholders involved in the legal sector including banks, investors, insurers, and brokers.
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We have developed a comprehensive suite of training courses which have been designed by experts recognised as leaders in their field.
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