Better the devil you know...
In these uncertain times 'knowing your client' is not just important for complying with money laundering legislation: it could be essential to the financial health of your practice, writes Colin Ives
The success of any professional practice partly depends on the success and activity of its clients. Indeed, a client can turn out to be a credit risk, or worse. To safeguard your practice, you must be aware how your clients are faring in the current climate and what activities they are undertaking.
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