On 1st February 2021, ICAEW launched a new Fraud Advisory Helpline. This helpline is an anonymous service to provide support to members who have been victims of fraud themselves (either in their business or personally), or members who are not sure how to support clients who have been victims of fraud.
With fraud and attempted fraud becoming more and more common in today’s society, David Stevens, from ICAEW's Technical Advisory team, shares examples of common types of fraudulent activity, the risks we face as members, what reporting requirements you may have and what support you can get if you or your client becomes a victim of fraud.
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