Accountant’s disciplinary claim

We acted for insurers in an ethical complaint to an accounting body against one of its members. A cost effective approach of assisting the insured draft submissions in response to the complaint which led to the complaint being summarily dismissed without a formal hearing and has also avoided any civil claim.


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