We don’t subscribe to the view that an audit is a statutory necessity and not much more.
A well-run audit will assist you to identify and mitigate risks in your operations and identify opportunities to increase profitability and efficiency. It gives assurance that your internal controls and procedures are functioning properly.
McAleer Jackson staff are trained to the highest standards; fully supported by advanced audit software to ensuring compliance with the latest audit regulations.
Our audit services include:
We provide a tailored approach to every audit, which in part is based on the size and complexity of the business in question.
This is achieved through taking time to get to know and understand your business. We undertake thorough reviews of your systems and processes, to provide suggestions which can help strengthen governance and / or improve efficiencies.
Our understanding of your operations is important not only because it allows us to offer a personal service, but also enables us to understand the aspirations, issues and challenges of your organisation. This knowledge and understanding ensures our audit plan is developed around your requirements rather than imposing ourselves on you.
Good communication is vital for the delivery of a strong audit and we are committed to keeping you fully briefed on our approach, our progress and our findings, through regular meetings and conversations between your key staff and ours, and concise meaningful reporting to your Board.
Whether you are a growing business, a not-for-profit organisation or are looking to sell your business, an audit is a sign of good governance and shows your insistence in having good internal controls and willingness to use external advisers – all of which are appealing to potential investors, as well as regulatory bodies.
Even if an audit is not a legal requirement, you may still decide to have one for any number of reasons, such as:
• to help you identify and address financial and system issues
• to give you reliable information on which to base critical decisions
• to help you meet stakeholders’ expectations
• to facilitate effective governance
• to provide assurance to your stakeholders.
We have experience in providing specific assurance services to clients, where the required scope is greater than the traditional accountants’ report, but less than a full audit report.
We take time to understand your specific requirements and expectations, and work with you to agree the scope of the work required, the deliverables and the responsibilities of all parties.
Our assurance services include due diligence, grant reviews, and independent business reviews.
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