No. I believed he declared himself bankrupt (possibly put any assets in his wife's name) and was subsequently sent to prison for fraud. I need to know if the professional accountancy trade bodies can be claimed against since he must have had Personal Indemnity with them. The one that replied said they did not indemnify against malpractice. But I believe that is precisely what they should be indemnifying his clients against. Do you know of lawyers who would have expertise in this case and who might be interested in a no win no fee agreement
OK. In that case do you think I have a case against the trade bodies that provided personal indemnity for the accountant concerned. And what is the best way to tackle them?
Do the trade bodies cover fraud claims please?