The accountancy and actuarial professions are self-regulated meaning there is no statutory framework governing their regulation, but the professional bodies directly regulate their individual and firm members, including their conduct. You can find links to those bodies here.
However, some of those bodies have entered into arrangements with the FRC to investigate professional misconduct in public interest cases. More information is available here.
For the FRC to investigate a complaint of misconduct:
The matter must give rise to serious public concern or damage to the public confidence in the relevant profession in the UK and
The conduct complained of must fall significantly short of the standards reasonably to be expected or has brought or is likely to bring discredit to the profession.
Such cases must raise important issues affecting the public interest. Guidance on what the important issues affecting the public are here.
If you think your complaint meets these requirements, fill in our complaints form.