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giant accounts passes FCSA review

Full members of the FCSA demonstrate that they adhere to the rigorous Code of Compliance and are reviewed against it on a yearly basis. A copy of the review is also sent to HMRC to ensure absolute transparency. Being an accredited member ensures that the organisation operates legally and adheres to all regulations put in place by the association.

Matthew Brown, managing director of giant, commented, “This is an outstanding achievement for giant accounts, the FCSA code of conduct is by far the highest and most stringent professional code in our industry and having this accreditation lets our clients and stakeholders know that we perform to the very highest standards. Our umbrella company, giant umbrella, is a founder member of the association and has passed its annual review since inception so it’s encouraging to see giant accounts do the same, particularly as this is a relatively new offering. The review was in three parts the first two consist of completing the FCSA code of conduct questionnaire and gathering all requested written and audio correspondences for sample clients selected by EY. This was followed by an onsite visit to ensure that written processes and working practices are at the expected level and that the service described meets the high standards expected by FCSA. Compliance is at the heart of everything we do, so it’s fantastic to see this being acknowledged.”

Julia Kermode, CEO of the FCSA said, “It is great news that giant accounts has passed its FCSA review and has been able to demonstrate that it is a first class company that operates to the highest standards set out in our limited company code of conduct. It joins giant umbrella that has been a full member since FCSA inception. FCSA membership is the quality mark that every freelancer and contractor should look for when considering a professional services company to advise them.  Choosing to work with an FCSA member gives peace of mind that they will receive a reliable, responsible, and ethical service.”

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