Assurance Services

Our firm provides auditing services to both governmental organizations and businesses. We are registered with the Public Company Accounting Oversight Board (“PCAOB”) which qualifies us to audit U.S. publicly traded companies. We have the experience and resources necessary to effectively and efficiently carry out audit compliance functions. In today’s environment, an auditor, in addition to being able to verify financial results, must also understand the nature of engagements. Only in this manner can our broad-based knowledge accomplish the needs and concerns of our clients.

To maintain the highest standard of performance and quality throughout the audit engagement, we use a team approach. The audit team acts as a coordinated unit, as directed by the manager, which focuses on efficiency, understanding of controls, careful planning, and continuous involvement with management. We will conduct our audit in accordance with generally accepted auditing standards. Our approach gives consideration to the fact that despite apparent similarities, each audit engagement is unique in one or more respects.

We work with our clients in planning and implementing procedures required to fulfill their needs. We have the experience and the people who have dealt with similar issues and concerns. Our audit engagements have included:

  • Audit of financial statements to provide reasonable assurance about whether the financial statements are presented fairly in conformity with accounting principles generally accepted in the U.S.;
  • Determine whether the financial statements is presented in accordance with established or stated criteria, the entity has adhered to specific financial compliance requirements, or the entity’s internal control structure over financial reporting and/or safeguard assets designed and implemented to achieve the control objectives;
  • Determine whether the entity is acquiring, protecting, and using its resources economically and efficiently, the causes of inefficiencies or uneconomical practices and whether the entity has complied with law regulations on matters of economy and efficiency; and
  • Reporting to audit committees concerning recommendations and deficiencies.