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Economic crime

Access guidance, resources and tools relating to the prevention of economic crime, including legislative developments, anti-money laundering, fraud, bribery and corruption, and modern slavery.
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Companies House reform

The Economic Crime and Corporate Transparency Act 2023 (ECCTA) received Royal Assent on 26 October 2023. As well as measures to tackle economic crime, changes introduced will improve the quality of financial information available on the UK Company Register. Implementation will involve a significant programme of secondary legislation, which is anticipated to begin in early 2024 and be phased-in over several years.

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Risk management and fraud courses

ICAEW's risk management and fraud courses address topics relevant to all levels of your organisation. Designed and delivered by experienced financial risk professionals. All CPD courses are live virtual classrooms and can be delivered in-house.
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5 steps to know your client better using open source research, with Nick Bowen from the KPMG Forensic Team.
The financial controller who stole £20,000: 4 lessons to help you stop internal fraud
4 ways for chartered accountants to stop criminal activity in their organisation
How to prevent invoice fraud: A real life case of how a business that lost €500,000 to cyber criminals,
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Guidance, research and training resources on fraud and cybercrime.

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