As registered auditors we act for organisations of every type and size. Our clients are active in all branches of commerce and industry, ranging from small businesses to substantial corporations.
Our approach to audit is constructive and businesslike. The process gives us an opportunity to understand exactly how your business and its financial systems have been performing, and to identify how that performance could be improved. You can also be assured that our audit work is organised in such a way as to minimise interruptions to your operations.
An audit allows owners and directors to take comfort in the fact that their accounts are true and fair, and can highlight areas where progress can be made.
Our work is partner-led and clients have access to senior members of the firm at all times. In selecting members of the auditing team to support the partner, we ensure we choose staff with appropriate experience and expertise. Once the fieldwork is complete, it will be reviewed in detail by the audit manager and partner, not only to ensure that all appropriate matters have been considered but also, crucially, to ensure that our clients have received value for money.
Daniel Burke is the firm’s Audit Compliance Partner
We have experience in acting for fully listed companies, for whom we can also assist in all matters relating to Corporate Governance and London Stock Exchange listing requirements. We also act for companies on the ISDX market and on AIM.
We provide a range of audit and business advice to the public sector. We have expertise in auditing government grants financed by EU funds, in relation to projects undertaken by an internationally recognised company in countries all across Europe.
We have a strong presence in this sector. We act for property developers, property investors, construction companies and related businesses such as consulting engineers and estate agents.
In addition to statutory limited company audits we also provide audit services for pension schemes, charities, solicitors, and service charge companies, whilst also fulfilling assurance assignments such as reporting to regulators such as The Law Society, ABTA and many others.