In this webinar we will look at some of the practical alternatives that may help you to implement a robust yet proportionate set of controls and examine how you can best illustrate your compliance to your regulator, if called upon to do so.
This course is intended for insolvency practitioners, those considering obtaining their insolvency licence or setting up in practice and personnel engaged in the implementation of compliance processes.
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