In-House Training

Benefits of Our In‑House Training

Tower Legal is a leading UK specialist Training Company providing high-calibre In-House Training expertise in the areas of greatest risk for Law Firms.  Benefits of our In-House Training include:

  • Risk Specific to your Firm’s individual Risk Assessment* (therefore compliant with the new MLR 2017)
  • Specialist expertise at London-Partner level – brought to your Firm
  • Face-to-face interactive learning – supporting a comprehensive practical understanding
  • Tailored practical scenarios geared to your Firm’s specific needs, risks and obligations
  • A safe and confidential environment to discuss difficult Client-related matters
  • Learning pitched to your staff’s current level of experience, understanding and knowledge
  • Active delegate participation – maximising their learning opportunity
  • High-calibre engaging delivery – to consistently excellent delegate feedback
  • Cost and time effective
  • Scheduled to suit your Firm
  • Peace of mind for the MLRO, Partners and Firm – the MLRO ensures first-hand that there is protective and relevant Compliance Training for their Firm and that this compulsory Training has been attended
*The new Money Laundering Regulations 2017 (MLR 2017) require your Firm to:
  • Undertake an internal documented Risk Assessment (Regulation 18, MLR 2017)
  • Ensure your AML Policy and Procedures reflect your Firm’s own Risk Assessment
  • Refresh your AML Training based on the new law to ensure you and your Firm remain compliant (Regulation 24, MLR 2017)

PROTECTING, STRENGTHENING AND SUPPORTING YOUR FIRM'S REGULATORY COMPLIANCE

Contact us today to discuss how our In-House Training can best help you to tackle the many challenges of Anti-Money Laundering, Cyber Security and Data Protection & GDPR.

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