Corporate Profiles

Economic Crime

CCAB launched its first Economic Crime Manifesto in 2016. Directed at Government, it highlights four key public policy areas for improvement of the effectiveness and capabilities of anti-money laundering (AML) in the UK. CCAB believes that professionally trained and qualified accountants are part of the solution to tackling Economic Crime with a commitment to report any identified or suspected money laundering activity to the Financial Intelligence Unit within the National Crime Agency.

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

Fighting Economic Crime
A manifesto
Case Studies
Helping Professional Accountants recognise and fight Economic Crime
Anti-money laundering guidance for Accountancy Sector

Supplementary anti money laundering guidance for tax practitioners

Draft-supplementary guidance for insolvency practitioners


Members of the Economic Crime Panel


Angela Foyle
Chairman + BDO

Bill Cleghorn
Aver Chartered Accountants

Sophie Wales
ICAEW

Peter Keenan-Gavaghan
Barclays

Aidan Lambe
Chartered Accountants Ireland

Marc McAuley
CIPFA

Jason Piper
ACCA

Wesley Walsh
ACCA

Jeremy Clarke
ICAS

Contact details

Sophie Wales - technical enquiries
T: (0)1908 546 373
E: sophie.wales@icaew.com

Helen Thompson - communications enquiries
T: (0)20 7059 5759
E: helen.thompson@accaglobal.com

Sharon Grant - general enquiries
T: (0)20 7920 8494
E: sharon.grant@ccab.org.uk

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