Disciplinary outcome: Sarah Hadley
Order by consent
In the matter of
Sarah Hadley MAAT
26 June 2022
Sarah Hadley’s conduct was found to be in breach of the Code of Professional Ethics and to have posed a risk to the public and/or undermine public confidence in the Association and its members as follows:
1. Between on or around 26 February 2015 until on or around 11 March 2022, she provided self-employed accountancy or related services to the public whilst not licensed or approved to provide such services whilst subject to an exemption
2. Between on or around 26 February 2015 until on or around 11 March 2022, she provided self-employed accountancy or related services to the public without being registered with a supervisory authority within the meaning of The Money Laundering Regulations
Grounds for disciplinary action existed and the matter was suitable for exercise of the Investigations Team's powers under the Disciplinary Regulations.
Sarah Hadley is hereby:
1. Reprimanded; the reprimand will expire 24 months from the date of this Order
2. Fined £2,119
3. Warned about her future conduct.
Sarah Hadley consented to the decision of the Investigations Team in accordance with Regulation 6 of the Disciplinary Regulations.