Some of those who are realising they were “not so fortunate” will be people who were told by me over two years ago to stop using him tbf
I was asked by my current accountant to provide a statement to help the client who is 200k down in their case - he said it can be anonymous originally but I’m now being asked to come forward and be named.
It doesn't work like that. A court can compel the accountant to tell them who provided the anonymous information and then compel that person (i.e. you) to give evidence. Whether it goes that far will depend on how much the claimant / prosecutor wants the information. But generally, there a very few things that a Court can't force someone to give evidence about.