Charlotte Ali

Charlotte Ali

Charlotte Ali is the Professional Standards Officer at the Chartered Institute of Taxation where she helps produce member guidance on professional and ethical matters and deals with anti-money laundering issues.

Before joining the CIOT/ATT she worked in risk management in private practice.

Technical
1 December 2018

Updates have been made to the to the Anti-Money Laundering (AML) scheme rules and Professional Rules and Practice Guidelines (PRPG)

Technical
1 July 2017

The draft Money Laundering, Terrorist Financing and Transfer of Funds (Information on the Payer) Regulations 2017 (the draft Regulations) were published on 15 March 2017, along with an accompanying consultation. They are due to come into force on 26 June but we do not know whether that date will change due to the general election and the government currently being in purdah. In the meantime, as client due diligence is something that all members in practice need to carry out on a regular basis, we thought we would look at the proposed changes in this area.

Karen Eckstein and Charlott e Ali look at what can go wrong with professional indemnity insurance, and what you can do to protect yourself
Professional indemnity insurance

Karen Eckstein and Charlotte Ali look at what can go wrong with professional indemnity insurance, and what you can do to protect yourself

1 February 2013

Charlotte Ali sets out a couple of FAQs on how to verify clients you do not meet

Technical
1 June 2016

The revised guidance on letters of engagement for tax practitioners was published on 11 April 2016.

Flag it up! – Anti-money laundering
Anti-money laundering
1 February 2016

Charlotte Ali explains what steps advisers should be taking to flag up potential money laundering