Audit and Assurance

Audit is not just a formality to fulfill a legal requirement, it is a necessity to shield business and encourage it to thrive. We strive for early issue identification. Open communication and pragmatic resolution are the essential features of the approach adopted by our firm.

External Audit

The firm’s audit philosophy is based on focusing to those areas that have the most potential for causing material misstatements i.e. Risk Based Audit Approach. The firm is conducting mandatory audit of Companies as required by the Companies Act 2017. These audits are conducted in accordance with International Standards on auditing(ISAs) as issued by International Federation Of Accountants. We make sure that our audit is effective and efficient with proper planning of nature, timing and extent of audit procedures. For this purpose, we use modern audit techniques and adequate professional compliance with quality control standards to carry out our audit.

Internal Audit

Our scope of internal auditing within an organization is broad and involves efficacy of operations, the reliability of financial reporting, deterring and investigating fraud, safeguarding assets, and compliance with laws and regulations. We also tailor our strategic approach to help our clients identify and understand specific operational and financial risks, to define the level of risk the client is willing to accept, and to identify and focus on the opportunities available.

Special purpose Audits

These audits may be for various purposes such as loan approvals, investor’s requirements, fund remittance etc. Our audit methodology focuses efforts on those areas of financial statements which represent the greatest risk. This risk-based audit approach enables us to do effective audit and does not result in excessive audit work thus efficiency is also achieved. Thus, we are able to manage both lenders and borrowers to their entire satisfaction.

Agreed Upon Procedures

As an auditor, we have to carry out those procedures as agreed between the two parties and to report on factual findings. The recipients of the report form their own conclusions. The report is restricted to those parties that have agreed to the procedures to be performed since others, unaware of the reasons for the procedures may misinterpret the results.

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