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Statutory audit

Creating value that makes a real difference to a client's business is intrinsic to our audit. Quality audits that bring unexpected and far-reaching benefits do not come from an unthinking compliance mindset but from a knowledgeable, questioning, imaginative and insightful approach.

The foundation of the service we deliver is the natural blend of compliance and value. We are experts in the application of audit methodology and audit techniques and use our expertise to bring precision and economy to our clients' audits. We use our knowledge of each client, together with our position as trusted advisor, to match our approach and our solutions to their needs.
Our view of our clients' organisations is broad and deep, and we look behind the numbers to consider what they mean for the business as a whole. We use the audit to explore and think more widely about our clients' businesses and the potential issues they face.

This understanding enables us to offer new solutions to our clients' problems, to help them learn from what has happened and prepare them for, or better still help them avoid, issues in the future.

Why you need statutory audit.
The law require all entities, including companies, limited liability partnerships and charities, that meet certain criteria such as being above a certain size or of public interest, to be audited. Others for various reasons, including agreement with shareholders to fulfil financing requirements.

How we can help you
 Compliance with regulations
 Advice on controls and processing system deficiencies and weaknesses
 Confirmation of accounting treatments in respect of complex transactions
 Increased awareness of prospective accounting and regulatory changes
 Independent review of externally reported financial and other information.

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