Take Our Statutory Auditing Services To Improve Trustworthiness Of Published Financial Statements
Get Our Statutory Auditing Services To Meet Challenges In Managing Risks, Resources & Information
There are several issues where clients face challenges. These include the flow of changes to accounting and auditing standards. Other issues may include:
Difficulty to comply with Statutory Auditing Service requirements
Expanding overseas and need of an auditor that can reach your scale and geographic reach
Thinking of changing to your Statutory Auditing Service provider to explore if a different service provider would better meet your needs
Reliable issues may arise in financial reports
Not delivering sufficient and quality information or not meeting your internal or external reporting deadlines for the financial reporting process
Our Statutory Auditing Services Improves The Reliability Of Information
Creating value that can make a real difference to your business is intrinsic to our Statutory Auditing Service. Quality audits bring unexpected and far-reaching benefits that come from insightful approach.
The true foundation of the service that we deliver is a natural blend of compliance and value. We are professional in the application of statutory audit methodology and techniques.
We use our expertise to bring precision and economy to your audit. As registered Chartered Accountant in Bangladesh we demonstrate our ongoing commitment to exacting quality and technical standards.
We can help you to eradicate audit challenges through:
1. Providing an efficient and cost-effective Statutory Auditing Service
2. Independent review or audit of externally reported information
3. Accountants’ reports for regulatory or contractual purposes
4. Delivers clear reporting, with no mistakes
5. Represents your company in the most appropriate way to third parties
6. Compliance with regulations
7. Recommendation on budget controls and processing system weaknesses
8. Confirmation of accounting procedures with respect to complex transactions
9. Monitoring of probable accounting and regulatory changes.
Frequently Asked Questions
As was the case with the 2006 Statutory Audit Directive, the auditor must be legally appointed by the shareholders. Member states may authorize alternative appointment processes that ensure appointment independence. This formal appointment shall also take place when the audit committee managing the auditor choice process has been involved for Public Interest Entities (PIEs).
Member State choices include the ability to extend the term of an audit engagement beyond ten years and the ability to have rotation requirements that are less than 10 years.
No, neither the Regulation nor the Directive need a joint audit. It is still an option for any Member State, as it was before. The Regulation gives Member States the option of expand the angle time for statute audits of Public Interest Entities under specified conditions.
We conduct statute, sales, and MCST audits. Bangladeshi legislation mandates statutory audits. Sales audits assist vendors in making deals a fair rental fee. MCST audits also guarantee that the Building Maintenance and Strata Management Act is followed (BMSMA).