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Statement of Compliance – Criminal Finances Act 2017
As a firm, we value our reputation for ethical behaviour and for financial probity and reliability. We recognise that over and above the commission of any crime, any involvement in the facilitation of tax evasion will also reflect adversely on our image and reputation.
We do not tolerate tax evasion, or the facilitation thereof in any circumstances, whether committed by or facilitated by a client, personal or associated persons/companies.
We are committed to fighting tax evasion and have rigorous policies and procedures in place to detect and prevent the facilitation of tax evasion offences.
We provide regular training on the requirements of the Criminal Finances Act 2017 to all personnel.
We require all personnel to demonstrate the highest standards of honesty at all times and appropriate disciplinary action will be taken wherever tax evasion or the facilitation thereof by any personnel has been proven.
We undertake due diligence on all associated persons/companies to mitigate the risk of facilitation of tax evasion offences and, as part of our due diligence procedures, all agreements with third parties contain suitable provisions to enable termination of such agreements where associated persons/companies are not complying with the provisions of the Criminal Finances Act 2017.
Robina Hussein, Partner
30 September 2017
All law firms regulated by the SRA are required to collect, report and publish workforce diversity data about the diversity make-up of their workforce on an annual basis. It also makes good business sense for us to access all the talent available in the marketplace and a diverse firm will be well equipped to access and serve a diverse community. In meeting our equality & diversity requirements, we regularly monitor the make-up of our workforce, and a summary of the data is available on request.