Jatinderpal Loyal and Sean Hankin

Solicitors Regulation Authority

Jatinderpal Loyal
Since joining the Law Society Group in May 2003, Jatinderpal has played a key role in developing the SRA’s approach to outcomes-focused regulation and the supervision of firms. Jatinderpal has led on the SRA’s approach to monitoring the ban on referral fees in personal injury and the regulation of financial services. Of late, his work has focused on the SRA’s Accounts Rules and Client Protection arrangements and improving the SRA’s engagement with small firms.

Sean Hankin
Sean has been with the SRA and previously The Law Society for over 22 years. His Forensic Investigation teams conduct on-site investigations with a focus on compliance with the Accounts Rules and Code of Conduct. The Intelligence team liaises with other regulators, law enforcement and various government departments. Sean specialises in the Accounts Rules, Anti-money laundering and financial stability. As a Chartered Accountant, Sean has previously worked with EY and PKF.

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