Economic Crime Manifesto
We continue our work in this area with our second Economic Crime Manifesto (2021) by urging government to lead by example to fight money laundering.
In our Manifesto, we highlight areas of change to improve the effectiveness and capabilities of the fight against Economic Crime in the UK.
CCAB believes that professionally trained and qualified accountants are part of the solution to tackling Economic Crime.
In all of this, CCAB, and its bodies, are cognisant of the terrible but often-unreported harm done to the health, relationships, professional standing, family life and financial prospects of victims and innocent by-standers. The professional accountancy bodies and their members have a vital role in combatting this type of crime.
Guidance and Resources
Following research commissioned by CCAB in September 2020 into accountant’s perceptions of anti-money laundering regulation and “Know Your Client” checks, the CCAB has published the following case studies to assist the profession in keeping its knowledge of this vitally important topic up to date.
This guidance is based on the law and regulations as of 13 July 2021. Please note that while most requirements remain, some requirements of the regulations relating to EU lists no longer apply since the UK has […]
Members will be aware of recent developments in Ukraine and the ongoing imposition of further financial and trade sanctions on Russian and Belarusian Government officials and […]
Members of the Economic Crime Panel
Chairman + BDO
Aver Chartered Accountants
Chartered Accountants Ireland