Audits – a force for good, not a “necessary evil”.
They foster confidence in your business and bring about improvements in processes and control. What’s not to like, if they’re unobtrusive, well planned and constructive too?
Audits are a great opportunity to put your organisation under the spotlight and look for more efficient ways of doing things. We assess risk, raise issues and suggest improvements. We’re unobtrusive on site, but meticulous at planning so you’ll know when to expect us, what we will require and when you can expect the report.
Trained staff apply rigorous testing. We are authorised to conduct audits by the ICAEW and comply with all regulations in force including the Companies Act 2006, International Standard on Quality Control 1(UK) 2010 and the Charities Act 2011. In short, we are qualified, regulated and experienced.
More importantly, we get to know you and you get to know us. The Partner you meet, will be the Partner you keep and the one that will oversee your audit.
We’re big enough to keep taking care of you. With 80 staff, we audit more than 130 organisations each year, including specialist audits for charities and the education sector.
Your audit. Your way. We can be as involved in your organisation/business as you’d like. We’re happy to work with your current accountants to provide a stand – alone audit service, or we can support you with our accountancy, tax, VAT and payroll services.
If you see your audit as a necessary evil, come and talk to us. Let’s make it better.
Our audit specialisms include:
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