Audit is more than just compliance. We work with you to identify system weaknesses, efficiency improvements and opportunities to add value to your organisation. Our approach focuses on the industry-sector your business operates and reflects on current and future financial, regulatory and operational risks.

We offer clients a strong working relationship through dedicated partner-led audit teams who often return year after year and build an in-depth understanding of your business. We provide statutory and non-statutory audit services to a wide number of businesses of varying size and sector.


Audit Process

Our audit approach, in summary is:

  • Understand your business
  • Analyse and plan for areas of specific investigation
  • Assess risks
  • Schedule appropriate audit testing
  • Audit testing mostly at your premises
  • Close-down meeting to discuss the accounts and the results
  • Conclude and report our audit outcome to your management and board

Why choose us?

  • Dedicated partner-led audit-team
  • High level of staff retention enabling us to staff audits with the same individuals year on year
  • Knowledge of key legislative challenges and regulatory updates within your industry
  • Provide a full report with practical recommendations for future improvements
  • Experience in a range of business sectors


Download our Audit leaflet below to discover more about our range of services



Get in touch with your local office and speak to one of our specialist advisers about our Audit services.


Registered to carry out audit work in the UK and Ireland by the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England & Wales. Details about our audit registration can be viewed at under reference number C005774536.

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