Disciplinary outcome: Stephen Goodall
Order by consent
In the matter of
Mr Stephen Goodall MAAT
25 June 2023
It is alleged that Stephen Goodall, being a full member, conducted himself in a manner which breached the Association’s Code of Professional Ethics, posed a risk to the public or was likely to undermine public confidence in the Association or its members, as follows:
- Between on or around 31 May 2017 and on or around 27 February 2023, he provided self-employed accountancy or related services to the public whilst not licensed or approved to provide such services whilst subject to a licence exemption.
- Between on or around 31 May 2017 and on or around 27 February 2023, he provided accountancy services by way of business without being registered with a supervisory authority for Anti Money Laundering purposes
Grounds for disciplinary action existed and the matter was suitable for exercise of the Investigations Team's powers under the Disciplinary Regulations.
- Issued a severe reprimand, with the severe reprimand remaining live on his record for a period of three years/36 months from the date the sanction is imposed.
- Fined £4,076.00.
- Required to bring himself into compliance with AAT’s Licensing Regulations within a prescribed timeframe.
Stephen Goodall has agreed to submit to the decision of the Investigations Team in accordance with Regulation 6 of the Disciplinary Regulations.