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Auditing

Requirements for financial reporting, transparency and risk management have grown ever tighter. Today’s auditing involves far more than merely auditing the annual financial statements and confirming that they’re in order. It also means making sure that a company’s governing bodies have accurate, appropriate information and identifying risks both in-house and in the business environment.

No mat­ter what your need – audits of annual or inte­rim finan­cial sta­te­ments, single-entity or con­so­li­da­ted, under natio­nal or inter­na­tio­nal acco­un­ting stan­dards; audi­tor’s reviews of busi­ness docu­ments; due dili­gence or busi­ness valua­ti­ons to sup­port con­tract nego­tia­ti­ons; spe­cial audits, whe­ther pre­scri­bed by law or vol­un­tary; inter­nal audits to opti­mize busi­ness pro­ces­ses or mini­mize risks – we offer a full range of audi­ting ser­vices.

Our audi­ting and advi­sory approach looks at the whole pic­ture. Our emp­loyees’ dual back­grounds in both acco­un­ting/audi­ting and taxa­tion mean that they’re trai­ned to think out­side the box. Our teams focus spe­ci­fi­cally on one sec­tor, and we con­sult spe­cia­lists who have ope­ra­ting expe­ri­ence of their own in our various cen­ters of com­pe­tence. So you can always be sure of get­ting under­stan­da­ble, know­led­geable, wor­ka­ble ans­wers.

Since you’ll enjoy con­ti­nuous coverage by a single audit team, our audi­ting ser­vices can give you more infor­ma­tion. Wor­king with the same people ensu­res a smooth flow of infor­ma­tion, and enab­les us to assist you with the broad per­spec­tive we always aim for.

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