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Compliance Manager's Guidebook & Reference Manual: Fully Updated including NCA & Conduct Risk Kindle Edition
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Lee Werrell was born and grew up in Buckinghamshire, England and joined the Royal Navy in 1976. After 12 years and with a young family he ventured into the world of sales and then consultancy where he now runs a successful management consultancy that serves financial institutions nationwide in the UK. Married with two daughters and eight grandchildren there seems little time to do the finer things in life but Lee manages to find time for his writing. He says that he enjoys the thought that other people get a kick out of his stories and that is the satisfying part of being an author, coach and EBook friend that he tries to be. Compliance Consultant is the most flexible of UK Regulatory Consultancies, providing fast responsive solutions for the financial services industry. With qualified and experienced staff we have the specialist knowledge and experience to solve your challenges today!
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1 August 2014
Format: PaperbackVerified Purchase
The book covers a lot of the processes and day to day running in the compliance field. For this it is a good reference tool and guidebook - as it states on the cover. Some topics however are not covered in enough detail...particularly the ones it says are "updated". Inside the book though, the headings and sub-headings are badly managed and you can easily get disorientated. However, worst of all, this book appears to have been written (updated) in a rush because it is littered with grammatical mistakes and has a generally poor level of coherence. The descriptive sections of text (explaining how things are done in certain areas) can confuse you and require several attempts to read and understand. The editorial process has failed miserably on several levels here.
6 August 2014
This would receive 2 stars if it was £10, but £33 for a book that is this poorly edited, grammatically incorrect and with completely non-sensical sentences, is theft. Reading it, it feels like a second language ghost writer wrote this. Or Mr Werrell's English skills are shockingly poor.