Accountancy sector guidance for money laundering supervision

How to help prevent money laundering and terrorist financing if you provide audit, accountancy, tax advisory or accountancy related services.



This guidance has been produced by the Consultative Committee of Accountancy Bodies and is based on law and regulations as of 26 June 2017. It will be published as final when it’s approved by HM Treasury.

The guidance helps accountancy related businesses meet their obligations for money laundering supervision, including customer due diligence, record keeping and reporting suspicious activity.

Published 26 August 2008
Last updated 27 March 2018 + show all updates
  1. New version of the PDF has been added to reflect current guidance.
  2. The 2017 Anti-money laundering draft guidance has been added to this page and 2008 guidance has been removed.
  3. First published.