Financial statements constitute a very valuable performance review tool for your business partners. It’s imperative these statements reflect rigorous work performed within the appropriate financial reporting framework in a context where accounting standards are changing rapidly, and documentation filing must meet Canadian auditing standards.
Our working methods are subject to quality assurance procedures that meet the highest standards of professional integrity, independence and objectivity.
Our team of professionals, most of whom hold Chartered Professional Accountant (CPA) degrees, can help you prepare your financial statements.
Depending on your needs and objectives, we’ll perform the mandate that suits your needs, including an audit (highest degree of assurance), review (moderate degree of assurance) or compilation (commonly referred to as a Notice to reader, which offers no degree of assurance) mandate.
This mandate calls for a good understanding of your company’s internal controls as well as audit procedures over transactions for the financial period covered. This type of mandate requires the most work on the part of our team. Our firm is a member of the Canadian Public Accountability Board (CPAB), which allows us to use our expertise to audit public companies.
The purpose of this type of mandate is to review your company’s financial statements to ensure they are plausible based on our team’s discussions with management.
This type of mandate aim to certify, at the request of a business partner, a specific item beyond the scope of traditional assurance mandates by way of an audit or review report. Our team can assist you in issuing your special reports, regardless of the nature of the obligation you face.
The goal of this type of mandate isn’t the same as that of audits or reviews since no opinion is issued. This mandate aims to help you compile your financial statements based on the information available. The only procedures performed include reviewing the accuracy of the arithmetic for the groups of accounts submitted and presenting the data received in a formal and plausible financial statement format.