The SRA Transparency Rules

There is a myth that the SRA Transparency Rules only cover information related to fees and services, however, upon reading this guide we aim to provide you with a thorough overview as to what these rules entail, what is required and what information you should be providing to consumers. By and large, these rules relate to information published on a firm’s website, but if your firm does not have a website, this information must be readily available upon request in another format.

Our Guide
Our guide provides information about what pricing and services information you must include, details of the complaints handling procedure you must display, infrmation about the SRA digital badge, common areas of non-compliance.

The guide also includes information and advice about your GDPR obligations relating to your website.

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