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Information for CIPFA members in practice
CIPFA members in practice are required to make themselves aware of the special rules and code of practice that relate to the provision of accountancy services, which are included in the CIPFA Statement of Professional Practice, and the other material provided in this Members in Practice section of the website.
Formal review of members’ practices is no longer a requirement, except that you will continue to be required to register with a money laundering supervisor.
CIPFA members requiring registration can register with the HMRC
Please note that ICAS has been reviewing its role as an anti money laundering supervisor and has decided that it is no longer able to offer regulatory supervision for CIPFA firms with effect from the 31 December 2022. If you are currently registered with ICAS for money laundering supervision, you will need to register with an alternative supervisor.
For any queries regarding supervision please contact Customer Services