List of written notices to appoint an external auditor

We can require a reporting entity to appoint an external auditor if we have reasonable grounds to suspect that the reporting entity:

  • has not taken – or is not taking – appropriate action to identify, mitigate and manage the ML/TF risk its business or organisation may reasonably face
  • has not complied with AML/CTF law.

You can find out more about the consequences of not complying.

We publish these notices in the interests of transparency and accountability. 







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Last updated: 17 Nov 2022
Page ID: 171

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