An MAAT accountant has refused to give a director of a company any financial information because "the other director is my main contact so I don't have to". The company was set up as two directors with equal shareholding. This company has now ceased trading.
The accountant concerned is now engaged by the other director in a new venture.
Have tried to complain to AAT but they insist on proof. The accountant has not put anything in writing and now ignores all written requests.
Before going down the legal route any suggestions what else can be done to get this accountant to co-operate?