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About the FRC Make a Complaint Make a Complaint about a Professional Body

Make a Complaint about a Professional Body

The FRC has a legal responsibility for the oversight of the regulation of statutory auditors, including whether the bodies recognised to supervise auditors have effective arrangements for the investigation of complaints. By agreement with the professional bodies, it also exercises oversight of each of their regulatory activities in relation to auditors, accountants and actuaries.
As part of this role, the FRC will consider complaints that raise concerns about the way in which a professional accountancy or actuarial body has handled a complaint. However, this role is limited and is not an appeal from the decision of the professional body.

Make a complaint about a professional body

Read all the Frequently Asked Questions on making a complaint about a professional body.