Other audit services

Our company is willing to cover all kinds of client's audit requests and in this regard also offers other audit services:

  • Internal audit

  • Internal audit procedures include internal control reviewing, operational reviewing, ensure the complying with relevant laws and statutes, evaluate internal control and make recommendations on how to improve, investigate fraud. Communicate the findings and other special tasks assigned by the audit committee or Board of Directors.

    Internal audit provides independent assurance that a company's risk management, governance, and internal control mechanisms are in good working order. Responsibility to present an unbiased and objective viewpoint. It must be independent of the activities we review and report to the organization's highest level.

  • Operational audit

  • An operational audit seeks to identify areas where the organization's operations might be made more efficient, productive, effective and mainly focuses on the key processes, procedures, systems, and internal control.

    An operational audit covers tasks including identifying opportunities and risks, enhancing business effectiveness, and increasing productivity. We examine current processes and procedures to ensure that they comply with any industry-specific standards or requirements.

  • Compliance audit

  • A compliance audit compares an entity's internal policies and procedures to the law and regulations in the jurisdiction in which it operates. The government's law where the business is operating is referred to as law and regulation.

    A compliance audit review performed to ascertain an enterprise’s adherence to regulatory guidelines, determine if the company is following internal controls and guidelines, such as corporate bylaws, policies and procedures

  • Information system audit

  • An information system audit assesses and checks the reliability of the security system, information security structure, and integrity of the system so that the output the system produces is reliable.

    An information system audit’s goal is to determine whether information systems are protecting company assets, preserving the integrity of stored and communicated data, effectively supporting corporate objectives, and performing efficiently.

  • Forensic audit

  • A forensic audit objectives are identifying what fraud, if any, is being perpetrated, defining the time period during which the fraud happened, estimating the loss experienced as a result of the fraud, and suggesting ways to avoid similar frauds from occurring in the future.

    The forensic audit is generally conducted by a forensic accountant who has the knowledge in both accounting and investigation. The type of engagement that conducts a financial inquiry in response to a specific subject matter is referred to as forensic accounting. The investigation's results are frequently utilized as evidence in court or to resolve shareholder disputes. We examine and analyze a company's or individual's financial records in order to produce evidence that can be utilized in court.

  • Agreed-upon procedures engagement

  • The agreed-upon procedure is a sort of negative assurance engagement in which auditors assess procedures that the customer has consented to.

    The AUP's aim is to enable the practitioner, the entity, and any appropriate third parties to conduct out audit procedures and report on factual findings that the practitioner, the entity, and any appropriate third parties have agreed to. Individual financial data elements (such as accounts payable and receivable, purchases from related parties, and seo xidmeti sales and profits of a segment of a business), a financial statement (such as a balance sheet), or even a complete collection of financial statements may be the focus of these engagements.

The following are some examples of AUP engagements including both financial and non-financial data:

  • Due diligence when buying or selling a business
  • Verifying cash balances
  • Checking security balances
  • Accounts receivable/payable processes
  • Income tax provisions
  • Special reviews of loan portfolios
  • Reviews of internal control and environmental management systems
  • Employer compliance/payroll audits
  • Purchasing department compliance and etc.