Audit & Assurance
We act as auditors of historical financial statements, both under statutory and non-statutory appointments.
As our firm grew from an auditing background, we have a very strong audit division which provides efficient, cost effective and high quality services to all our clients, big and small. We perform our audits in accordance with international standards on auditing, which we ensure all our audit staff are adequately trained in.
In performing our audit services, we set out to understand all aspects of our client’s business so as to enable us to plan thoroughly the nature, extent and timing of our audit procedures. Our approach is to understand and evaluate our client’s business, including the environmental factors affecting the business and its accounting systems.
Our understanding of our client’s business enables us to advise clients on matters which we consider may increase profitability, or tax efficiency. On completion of our audit, it is our practice to write to clients to inform them of such matters, as well as any matters of governance interest, which include our recommendations for improving internal controls, systems and operating procedures.
Because of the close involvement of partners, directors and senior staff in all audit assignments, our audit becomes an important management tool which leads to greater efficiency and profitability.
Apart from audit, we also prepare Accountants' Reports for listing, initial public offering (IPO), issuance of bonds, debt securities and Islamic securities (e.g. Sukuk). Over the years, we have involved in or acted as reporting accountants for various IPO or transactions in Malaysia, Singapore, Hong Kong and the UK.
We specialise and dedicate in providing following services:
- Statutory audit for companies incorporated in Malaysia
- Audit of IFRS financial statements
- Review of financial statements
- Agreed upon procedures
- IFRS/MFRS/MPERS first time adoption and advisory
- Compilation of financial statements
- IFRS/MFRS/MPERS training
- Internal audit and corporate governance