Official websites of UK Government regulatory bodies responsible for finance and auditing matters.
Responsible for administering the estates of persons who die intestate without known kin and collecting the assets of dissolved companies and failed trusts. Provides assistance for companies and estates.
Provides assistance in resolving complaints against bank, building society, financial adviser, insurance company, investment firm, stockbroker or unit trust company.
Financial Reporting Council
The parent of the Accounting Standards Board and the Financial Reporting Review Panel, the three together promoting good financial reporting.
The Financial Services Authority
FSA. Regulates most aspects of UK financial dealings.
Government Actuary's Department
Provides actuarial advice, mainly to public sector clients. Includes corporate information, publications and job advertisements.
National Audit Office
The NAO audits most public-sector bodies in the UK and produces value for money reports into the implementation of Government policies. Recent reports, press releases, and information about current studies.
Office of the Public Guardian
Controls money and property on behalf of people who are not mentally capable of doing so themselves. Provides forms and background information.
The Panel on Takeovers and Mergers
Administers the City Code on Takeovers and Mergers, and supervises takeovers, ensuring fair treatment for all shareholders.
Upper Tribunal (Tax and Chancery)
Information about tribunals which hear appeals against HMRC decisions.
Last update:January 9, 2017 at 12:42:54 UTC