Corporate Profiles

Jeremy Clarke

Jeremy studied accountancy and law at Queen’s University Belfast and qualified as a Chartered Accountant in 1992.

He has worked in a number of roles at ICAS, including in Legal Services during which time he was responsible for the investigation of complaints of professional misconduct. In his current role, he advises members on a range of practice management and regulatory compliance matters, including their antimoney laundering compliance responsibilities.

He has also acted as an accountancy consultant to the Scottish Charities Office (now OSCR) and the Crown Office and Procurator Fiscal Service, specialising in proceeds of crime and solicitor embezzlement cases.

He represents ICAS on the Anti Money Laundering Supervisors Forum and other related bodies, and regularly provides AML training to accountancy firms throughout the UK. With a particular interest in educating lawyers and accountants on their role in detecting and preventing financial crime and how to avoid unwittingly becoming a “professional enabler”.

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