Audit and Assurance

As registered auditors in London, our aim is to ensure that your business derives optimum value from the audit process by providing shareholders with a clear picture of the business’ financial health. After agreeing and planning the scope of our work with you, we will collect, record and assess business data. We then prepare structured and comprehensive audit reports offering clear and constructive guidance that will allow you to make better informed strategic business decisions.

External Audit

  • Statutory audit, offered to all entities, including small listed companies, private companies and limited liability partnerships of a certain size and criteria which are required by law to have their financial statements audited.
  • Non-statutory audit, offered to sole traders, partnerships and small companies.

An audit may benefit management as well as other internal and external stakeholders to a business because it:

provides lenders and investors the assurance they need to continue supporting the business

promotes discipline over maintaining accounting records, reducing the risk of misstatement

provides assurance that your accounts meet UK and International Financial Reporting Standards

provides related benefits such as reports to management on identified internal control deficiencies

We are registered to carry on audit work in the UK by the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales (ICAEW). Details of our audit registration can be viewed at www.auditregister.org.uk for the UK or www.cro.ie/auditorsunder for Ireland, under reference number C006169363.

Systems Audit

An assessment of an entity’s management controls will determine whether the information systems are safeguarding assets, maintaining data integrity and operating effectively to achieve the organisation’s objectives. As a standalone assurance assignment we can:

  • Understand, document and test internal controls in order to assist businesses in reviewing, assessing and establishing systems of control that mitigate the risks they face.
  • Examine information systems in place within the entity to report specifically on how reliable the financial reporting mechanisms are.

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