Statutory Audit

Continuing globalization will increase the complexity of principles, regulations, and the cultures in which organizations operate. Increasing litigation, legislation, and regulations will carry important compliance implications. Ever growing competition will increase the pressure on organizations to enhance productivity. Our approach to Statutory Audit of the financial statements is to provide reasonable assurance that the accounts have been prepared in accordance with the Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP) and are free of any misstatements, errors and discrepancies. In addition to the traditional statutory audit, we also help the clients by monitoring organizational ethics, conducting effective reviews of operational and financial performance, assessing the quality, economy and efficiency of their operations and suggesting continuous improvement strategies. Within our network of member firms, we have robust audit tools, resources and procedures to provide the means for our professionals to deliver high-quality audit services. In delivering these services we adhere to the highest standards of independence, professional objectivity and technical excellence thereby focusing on understanding the clients’ business and control issues from the inside out. It combines a rigorous risk assessment, diagnostic processes, and audit testing procedures as well as a continuous assessment of our clients’ service performance.

We provide specialized services in Statutory Audit in the following:-

Audit of financial statements:

We recognize the management’s needs for submitting timely financial statements with conformity to the industry practices and rules and regulations. The company assists its clients by helping them prepare financial statements that reflect the client’s fair and transparent dealings while conducting any business transactions. The company assists in preparing financial statements like Cash Flow statement, Profit and Loss Account and Balance sheer for its clients.

Financial Review:

It helps in identifying the strengths and weaknesses of the financial accounting procedures and systems of the company. The deficiencies are addressed by suggesting suitable measures for improvement that ensure quality while meeting the industry accounting standards.