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Government sets out new plans to help build trust in use of digital identities

The government has published its draft rules of the road for governing the future use of digital identities. It is part of plans to make it quicker and easier for people to verify themselves. The new ‘trust framework’ lays out the draft rules of the road organisations should follow. It includes the principles, policies, procedures and …

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Government backs property industry AML digital identity project

Etive Technologies is seeking to eliminate the need for multiple-entry identity checking in property sales transactions has secured a government grant to fund its AML project.  Etive’s project will enable home movers to use a single digital identity key when buying or selling a property. This will be used by all the parties in the …

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Digital Identity Trust Framework Project for Home Buying & Selling Sector

Our Digital Identity Trust Framework (DITF) project seeks to tackle the longstanding challenge of multiple identity verifications in a property transaction; which each party in the process regulated by a different entity with their own identity, Know Your Customer and AML requirements. “Currently a seller’s and buyer’s identity is verified up to 5 times by …

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HBSG & Liverpool Law Society Conferences Sept 20

Etive are guest speakers at both the Home Buying & Selling Group Conference 15th September and the Liverpool Law Society Residential Property Conference, 16th September.  Our talks are about tackling the issues around a digital identity and enabling home sellers and buyers to have one verified assured digital identity, which they can control and share.  …

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New development in Dundee of 39 homes with PLBs

Working with long standing new build home builder, Ogilvie Homes, we’re delighted that the market has held up for them as they have progressed on phase 1 of a new 39 home development at Claver Mill, Dundee. Ogilvie recently announced a further release with current availability including their very popular SPEY, TWEED, DEVERON and CAIRN four bedroom detached family …

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Today’s Conveyancer interview on Property Log Books with Jackson Lees & Grant Saw Solicitors

Tom Lyes from Today’s Conveyancer spoke to  Stuart Young from Property Log Book, Angela Hesketh, Director and Property Head at Jackson Lees and Maria Lati, Partner and Head of Residential Property at Grant Saw to get their views on improving the home buying and selling process. Although many of us understand the concept of log …

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Assured Digital Identity for the Home Buying & Selling Process white paper

In the ‘Digital Identity Trust Framework for the Home Buying and Selling Process’ paper by Etive Technologies, it outlines how an introduction of a standard based digital identity assurance process backed by regulators into the conveyancing transaction should be adopted by the industry. The conveyancing transaction is based on a high level of trust between …

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NAEA calls for properties to have a digital property log book

Following the National Association of Estate Agents (NAEA) conference last week a number of suggestions have been sent to HM Treasury on new policy ideas for both estate and letting agents to be included in 2020’s Spring Budget. One of the biggest challenges is to identify ways in which to help reduce the number of …

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