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Outcomes-focused regulation

Andrew Hopper

Outcomes-focused regulation

a practical guide

by Andrew Hopper

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Published by Law Society in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Attorney and client

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    StatementAndrew Hopper and Gregory Treverton-Jones
    SeriesLegal handbooks
    ContributionsTreverton-Jones, G. D., Law Society (Great Britain)
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsKD485 .H67 2011
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxii, 250 p. :
    Number of Pages250
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25172832M
    ISBN 101907698094
    ISBN 109781907698095
    LC Control Number2011514827
    OCLC/WorldCa756900463

    East Dunbartonshire is committed to embedding an outcomes-focused approach throughout its processes for assessment and support management with adult customers. This guide is not intended to be a comprehensive manual on how to practice with an outcomes focus. There are a wide range of publications – most of.   Being outcome focused means caring most about the what, not the how. Specifically, outcome-focused teams value results over everything else. They are strongly opposed to micromanagement and give leaders lots of flexibility to achieve results in th.

    Almost a year and a half since OFR has been in force, a survey of 1, firms by the SRA revealed that law firms are warming to the regulation. Law firms are required to assess the risks of operational disruption, upon which their resulting plans and arrangements should be based. October A rule book needs to be fit for purpose; our regulatory approach needs to be more effective, proportionate and targeted so we can consistently regulate a greater range of legal service providers with a targeted, risk-based approach. Consequently, the SRA will move to a system of outcomes-focused regulation (OFR) which will offer.

    In , the SRA adopted a new Handbook for Solicitors; this handbook includes a Code of Conduct that took effect on 6 October and that uses outcomes-focused or principles-based system of regulation. A fourth instrument of lawyer regulation comes in the form of guidelines, guidance, comments, or commentary, which may or may not be binding. In short, principles-based regulation will sustain the current rigorous regulatory environment for UK financial services. The regulator’s approach to supervision will rely increasingly on principles and outcome-focused rules rather than detailed rules prescribing how outcomes must be achieved.


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The SRA promises ‘outcome-focused regulation’ which will ‘treat law firms like grown-ups’ but which will not, apparently, be ‘light touch’ regulation. The detailed and prescriptive rulebook will be replaced with a targeted, risk-based approach concentrating on standards of service to clients.

The regulator will require. The book's structure mirrors that of the Code of Conduct in the SRA Handbook, providing a chapter on each of the new sections with additional chapters explaining OFR in principle; how regulation will apply in practice; and how the SRA is likely to interact with the profession in future.

Reviews of the Outcomes-Focused Regulation: A Practical Guide. regulation. The SRA has identified that a move to a system of outcomes-focused regulation (OFR) will improve supervision of firms’ standards of service, give firms more flexibility in how they operate their businesses and offer a rule book that is fit for purpose.

OFR should not be viewed as light-touch regulation but effective regulation. Tag Archives: outcomes-focused regulation. Blog, Democratizing Legal Services, Modernizing Legal Services, Stories and this led to an invitation by ABA Publishing to submit a manuscript for a book on the adoption of alternative structures in England & Wales and on.

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This Chapter traces the development of some of the key regulatory styles and supervisory strategies that have characterized financial regulation in the UK and other parts of the world during the past two to three decades. More specifically, it looks at risk-based regulation, management-based regulation, principles-based regulation, outcomes-focused regulation, and judgement-based by: 1.

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the firm was responsible for the actions of those within it). It is an approach which has ultimately failed and the revised approach with its separate codes for individuals and firms acknowledges this. The book focuses on the amendments which have been made following the introduction of outcomes-focused regulation (OFR), which, as pointed out in the introduction, features ten high level Principles, all of which are mandatory, and on which all aspects of regulation are based, including the Accounts Rules.5/5(1).

This approach though is based on an outcomes-focused philosophy. that don't overly rely on profits from back book customers to subsidise new customers; or have high degrees of cross-subsidisation between products; or rely on products that are highly profitable or that involve rapid growth rates.

that effective regulation and sustainable. Outcomes- Focused Regulation: Compliance in Practice is an essential reference guide that should be on the desks of everyone in your firm with compliance responsibilities including COLPs, COFAs, partners, directors, department heads, practice managers and finance :.

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