Corporate Audit and assurance services

The objective of a statutory audit is to obtain sufficient evidence that would provide a high assurance that the financial statements being examined by the auditor are free from material misstatements, and to express a professional opinion accordingly. In achieving these objectives, two key concepts would govern the nature, extent and timing of the work that the auditor would do and how the audit assignment would be organized, namely: Focus on matters that may materially impair judgement by the reader of the financial statements, while also giving attention to the complexity of the entity being audited and the industry it operates in. Consider as a matter of priority whether the control environment within the entity reflects the overall attitude, awareness and actions of management and whether it is concerned with the importance of controlling the business. Controlling the business would cover aspects of operational controls, organization, staffing, internal audit, and the functioning of the board of directors and management.

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