Economic Crime and Corporate Transparency Toolkit

Economic Crime and Corporate Transparency Toolkit

The Economic Crime and Corporate Transparency Act 2023 (ECCTA) received Royal Assent on 26 October and marks a major legislative milestone both in the fight against economic crime and significant reforms to Companies House.

This toolkit provides a deep dive into different aspects of the ECCTA, setting out:

  • the relevant changes
  • when they become effective
  • practical advice on preparing for compliance
  • the consequences of non-compliance

This page will be continually updated as and when further guidance and legislation is released. Please note that the focus of this toolkit is on companies but several of the ECCTA’s provisions also apply to LLPs and limited partnerships, we would be happy to discuss these in detail with you.

To find out more about how we can help you comply with the ECCTA, please contact or your usual Stevens & Bolton contact. If you would like to explore the company secretarial support we can offer, please contact


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