Audit and Assurance

The value of an audit should not be under-estimated. Whilst a legal requirement in some circumstances, many exempt organisations will voluntarily seek an audit to add an extra layer of comfort in their financial statements, appreciating the added value that this brings. 

An audit can bring other benefits:

as leverage for raising finance and making grant applications
 to give confidence and reassurance to shareholders, funders and other stakeholders  including banks and lenders
as a valuable ‘health check’
as a valuation of the business in the event of a disposal or share transfer
as an opportunity to improve performance while demonstrating good corporate governance

We invest a great deal of time in understanding your organisation and your people to better appreciate the operational, financial and governance risks you face.

Trained to the highest standards our team will ensure that your audit is completed with minimal disruption to your business, on budget, and on time. Every client is different so we tailor our approach to suit you.

The relationships we develop encourage communication throughout the year, not just during the annual audit, and offer practical solutions to help reduce risk and protect your organisation.

We can also prepare reports for banks and grant providers, carry out forms of due diligence and act as an expert witness service.

We are registered to carry on audit work in the UK and Ireland by the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Scotland. Details about our audit registration can be viewed at for the UK, under reference number 0570