The creation of the Corporate Accountability Network was funded by Richard Murphy, its director.
To August 2021 the CAN has, or has had recently had, the following funding:
a) Joffe Trust, core funding for the year to October 2020, £15,000;
b) Productivity Insight Network grant working on measuring labour productivity and financial resilience, stage 1 grant £5,900 to end February 2020. This work is being undertaken with the University of Sheffield;
c) Productivity Insight Network stage 2 grant until January 2021, £35,000, also being undertaken with the University of Sheffield;
d) Luminate grant for approximately £31,000 for the period October 2020 to March 2022 to work on audit reform-related issues;
e) Approximately £17,000 a year for four years from July 2021 to work on the Time Mirror project, exploring the feasibility of sustainable cost accounting.
The first accounts of the Corporate Accountability Network are available here.