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Good accounting is at the core of running a successful business. From financial accounting to management reporting, without accurate numbers, you’re flying blind.
As specialists in IFRS and financial reporting, we provide CFOs of corporate and listed businesses the support they need to successfully have a stress free year-end. Whether it’s IFRS accounting advice or preparation of a financial report, we have the experience and knowledge to provide solutions to your problems.
Unlike many consultants, we also have deep, practical experience, having worked in financial reporting functions for both listed and medium-sized entities. So we understand the pressures faced by your accounting function and the compromises that need to be made.
Contact us today to discuss your accounting and financial reporting needs.
A high growth insuretech client were concerned their financial accounts were under prepared for their year-end audit. As a regulated company, they needed to get their accounting right and get it done on time. They approached us for help to get their financial reporting up to scratch and completed on time.
A challenge we accepted!
This complex company had a variety of difficult accounting issues to tackle including:
Working to a tight timeline, we rapidly got up to speed with their business and quickly prioritised requirements.
We tackled the more complex considerations first such as:
The statutory accounts were signed with significantly less stress in the process than prior years. The auditors placed reliance on the position papers, without the need for long and complex discussions and the board had sufficient time to understand the accounts prior to signing.
“The key to successful financial reporting is understanding the business. We work with our clients to develop a deep understanding of the key transactions and events throughout the year, ensuring more accurate and timely reporting.”