Comply with the law - and regulations

An audit: a reliable and independent opinion

Many companies (private and public limited liability companies and cooperatives, for example) are required by law to have their financial statements audited. Even where this is not a legal requirement, you can still have your financial statements audited or reviewed if you wish. This option is particularly valuable for foundations and associations, where an auditor’s report serves to confirm the correct appropriation of the incoming funds.

If you own most of the shares in your company, and have day-to-day involvement in your business, you already have control. However, some SMEs are nevertheless subject to a legal obligation to have their accounts and records audited. This is where we come in: our Audit team bring professional skill to your statutory audit. Not only that: they also explain what it means for your company in clear and simple terms.