Audit Institutions Subcommittee
The subcommittee deals with the integration in the EU context of the profession of Chartered Accountants who follow economic, financial, and tax matters.
The European Public Prosecutor’s Office (EPPO) is in charge of investigating, prosecuting, and bringing to trial economic crimes affecting the financial interests of the EU, such as fraud, corruption, money laundering, and cross-border fraud.
This subcommittee enhances the involvement and awareness of accountants in the strategic role of EPPO within the EU context.
President of the Anti-Money Laundering Commission of the Milan Association of Chartered Accountants
Anti Money Laundering Senior Learning Advisor Compliance Specialist
Authors: Antonio Fortarezza – Co-chair Management Board - Chair Audit Institutions Subcommittee Cesare Montagna – Vice chair Audit Institutions Subcommittee Date: 28/08/2023 L’European Public Prosecutor’s Office (EPPO), ossia la Procura europea, dopo una lunga fase di...
EPPO and the relevance of a shared reference system at european scale in the contrast system to laundering
Author: Cesare Montagna Anti Money Laundering Senior Learning Advisor Compliance Specialist Subcommittee: Audit Institutions The phenomenon of money laundering is ideally divisible in two disJnct moments: the presupposed offence that allows the generaJon of a gain of...
In the recent judicial chronicles of the Qatargate, worrying situations of abuse in non-profit organisations through which financial violations were committed have sounded alarm bells in all EU countries. We know very well that all charities and non-profit...
The European Public Prosecutor's Office (EPPO) has requested the waiver of parliamentary immunity of two Members of the European Parliament (MEPs) to further the ongoing Qatar-gate investigation to unmask severe allegations of corruption that have shaken up the entire...
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