Certainty and an insight into your own organization are hugely important for an entrepreneur. During our audit work we are not only guided by supervisory and regulatory requirements, but also take an in-depth look at your company. We therefore study your earnings model and processes in detail, as we are in the best position to help you if we understand your business. To support your business processes, we make use of IT audits and data analyses wherever possible – an extremely effective and efficient way to test the reliability of your systems. ‘Control without borders’ is our watchword!
Today, IT has become an integral part of a company’s operations, which means you are looking for systems that support your business processes effectively and efficiently and deliver reliable management information. Our audits of your financial statements cover all relevant aspects of your information system and make effective use of data analyses. Targeted IT audits allow us to test the reliability of your systems. Here we look at aspects such as the selection and implementation of information systems and the structuring and optimization of management reports, taking any international structures and reporting standards into account.
Obtaining an insight into potential risks is extremely important for you and for us. Based on our audit we will report on areas where there is certainty, on any risks that apply and on the management of these risks. Our accountants have excellent knowledge of the rules and requirements that your organization has to comply with and will identify all the risks. We have a wealth of experience of working as both a group auditor and component auditor. In our view effective communication and process control are key success factors here.
Audits and conditions
At Audit we perform statutory and voluntary audits of financial statements for larger and medium-sized SMEs with a national and international focus, as well as for organizations within the non-profit sector. We also undertake assurance engagements, e.g. in relation to documents submitted to justify subsidies. Entrepreneurs are obliged to have their financial statements audited by an accountant authorized by the AFM (Netherlands Authority for the Financial Markets) if their business meets at least two of the following three conditions in two successive financial years:
- More than 50 staff employed.
- Turnover exceeds 12 million euros.
- Balance sheet total exceeds 6 million euros.