CCAB releases Economic Crime Manifesto calling for more measures to ‘maintain the UK’s resilience’

The Consultative Committee of Accountancy Bodies (CCAB) publishes its manifesto today outlining what more must be done to build and maintain the UK’s resilience against economic crime. The Manifesto calls for four clear areas for change including SARs (Suspicious Activity Reporting) reform and intelligence sharing, ongoing funding of the UK’s Economic Crime Plan, more action to eliminate modern day slavery from supply chains and the need for public education on fraud risk and personal finance. Angela Foyle, Chair of the CCAB Economic Crime Panel says: ‘Our first economic crime manifesto…

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