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Make a Complaint about an Accountant or Actuary

If you have a complaint about the professional conduct of an accountant or actuary, you should firstly raise that concern with the firm which the individual works for.

If you are not satisfied with the response, you should contact the professional body of which the individual or firm is a member.

If you are unsure which organisation to contact, you can ask the professional body to confirm if the individual is a member.

The FRC operates independent disciplinary arrangements, which deal with matters of public interest. All other complaints or investigations are dealt with by the accountancy and actuarial bodies.

Complaints about Statutory Auditors, Accountants and Actuaries

Read the Frequently Asked Questions about making a complaint about Statutory Auditors, Accountants and Actuaries.

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