Ensuring compliance with the requirements of the Claims Management Regulator at the Ministry of Justice (MOJ) can be challenging however the ultimate consequence of non-compliance is the failure of the firm.
The regulator expects firms to achieve compliance through having appropriate systems and controls in place, ensuring records are maintained of the compliance of the firm. More information is contained in the Conduct of Authorised Persons Rules 2014 or you can download our free guides below.
Where compliance is not to the required standard the regulator at the MOJ may choose to undertake further investigation into the firm. The outcome of an investigation may involve sanctions being applied including limiting or removing the firm’s authorisation, and issuing fines to the firm. Find out more about a claims management investigation by the MOJ by reading our free guides below, or visit the MOJ’s website.
Scott Robert are experts in claims management compliance; our team consists of ex-regulators, legal practitioners and industry professionals. If you’re concerned about your compliance, or you’re currently facing an investigation, speak to one of our experts today for confidential and no obligation advice.