Our teams are made up of qualified auditors as well as specialists in taxation and information technology.
Thus, we can ensure an integrated risk coverage that you may encounter in running the company’s activity. You will benefit from the advantage of working with a dedicated team of specialists with a long professional experience.
The audit will be conducted so that the main risks faced by the company become our audit objectives, addressed with priority during our mission. Our intent is to understand the company’s internal control system in the context of the audit and, where necessary, to provide recommendations for potential improvements.
In establishing our approach, we will use the experience gained in auditing other companies in similar business sectors.
An audit increases the credibility of a company’s financial statements. To this end, the audit report comprises an opinion on whether the financial statements comply with financial reporting standards underlying their preparation.
A review is narrower in scope than an audit, so the level of assurance it provides is limited. Verification procedures used in a review focus on analytical procedures, discussions with company’s management and investigations that do not provide all the evidence required in an audit engagement, but which give the auditor the opportunity to draw a conclusion on compliance of financial statements with an identified general financial reporting framework. A review of financial statements is performed upon request of company’s management, creditors, potential buyers or for the purpose of consolidating the financial statements at group level.
In an assignment based on agreed upon procedures, an auditor performs audit procedures agreed between the auditor, the company and any entitled third parties, and shall report on the actual findings.
The actual findings report does not provide an assurance, as in the case of an audit or review, but it does help beneficiaries to assess the level of compliance of the organisation with the requirements of certain funding agreements, with certain regulations, standards or specific reporting requirements.
Compilation is appropriate when a company needs to submit financial information in accordance with a particular financial reporting framework, but it is not necessary to provide a level of assurance provided by an audit or review.
In a compilation engagement, the auditor is committed to using his / her accounting and auditing expertise for the purpose of collecting, classifying and synthesizing financial information. These techniques reduce the detailed information to an intelligible and easy-to-use format, without the requirement to verify the management’ assertions underlying the preparation of that information.
Together with APEX you will find flexibility, a professional and friendly attitude, a team that understands your needs.
To all this an experience of over 25 years in accounting, taxation, payroll, audit and management consulting services is added.
If you are an individual professional, an NGO, a small business with big dreams, a medium or large company, a local company or an international presence, we have a team that can help you.
The major benefits of collaborating with APEX are:
Our services are centered around getting to know your business and what you want to achieve.
Because we care about your business and your success, all of our clients are treated independently, so that we craft a bespoke, tailored service to fit your requirements.