Our knowledge and experience help us to deliver rigorous, high quality audits to an exacting standard.
We are focused on delivering a high quality audit which is responsive to the needs of the business, delivered by a team with high technical standards with appropriate rigour and challenge. Our teams use their sector specialist knowledge to bring value through the audit process.
Auditing and financial reporting is at the core of financial governance for many entities. In the current economic and business climate, the role of the auditor is under increasing scrutiny.
We are committed to delivering exceptional client service. Clearly, that means delivering a robust, high-quality and transparent audit. It also means creating value from our audit. Whether the owners of the business are institutions, private equity firms, or individuals, our audit will provide value and trust.
Producing quality audits is of paramount importance, and the key tenets of our approach are:
An audit should be worth the money you pay for it, and our approach is aimed at delivering this promise.
The audit marketplace is continuing to change and our stance is, and has always been, to ensure that regulation reform does not adversely affect you. We are committed to finding out what you think and surveying the business community at large.
Our audit approach is founded on detailed risk assessments and corroborated analytical review which involves understanding what makes each individual business tick. We put robust and considered planning at the centre of our process, and involve the client at all stages.
We’ll assess the size and complexity of your business before we begin auditing. The audit of an owner-managed business is likely to focus on the risks associated with size and evolving management structures rather than complex accounting issues. The audit of a large listed entity is likely to focus on areas of risk arising from diversity in operations and complex transactions, which raise more complex accounting issues
Not all businesses need an audit but should you avoid auditors at all costs? If you are a growing business, or are considering a sale or flotation, an audit could help you ensure you have ‘all your ducks in a row’ in good time and are more appealing to investors. Alternatively, speak to us about other forms of assurance, including a non-statutory audit, which can help reassure stakeholders that your business is performing, that risks are being mitigated and that you’re complying with legislation. We would be delighted to discuss how we can help.