Audit

Deloitte is at the forefront of improving the quality of statutory audits worldwide. The firm combines international class standards with local knowledge of the legal frameworks.

Our audit process is rooted in a close and sound understanding of each client, the business and its environment. Only then do we assess the controls needed to guard against the risks of material misstatement of a company’s financial position, including fraud.

After a thorough assessment of business essentials, we carry out audit procedures that are specifically designed to avoid such risks of material misstatement.

All the way along the line, we determine the need for specialized skills in the planning, performing and evaluation of our procedures. At every step the men and women in our audit teams also carefully review the results of our procedures to reach a professional opinion on the financial statements and to ensure that our risk assessment and audit plan are appropriate.

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