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Audit

How we can help

With our experience in local and international laws and regulations, we can assist you with the all-important obligation of meeting applicable reporting requirements. Our audit specialists examine your financial statements and accounting records to give you an independent opinion on reports to shareholders, directors, trustees and others. Our traditional role as Auditors also puts us in an ideal position to build up a clear understanding of your business, enabling us to help you identify the major risks and opportunities in your strategies and activities. Additionally, we provide financial statement reviews, fact-finding reports on financial information, capital verification assurance, business operation assessment, and reporting services for foreign exchange and special purposes.

With state of the art technology, our professionals deliver efficient and cost effective audit solutions to you.

Deloitte's state of the art, audit tool, AuditSystem/2™ supports all phases of the audit process including planning, executing, reporting.

Going public?

If you are thinking of  taking your company public, we will give you an initial assessment of your readiness to do so and assist you in upgrading management capabilities. As your Reporting Accountants, we help to submit audited statements and accounts in compliance with listing requirements. At the pre-listing stage, we can play a pivotal role in assisting you with approaching sponsors and underwriters, and in providing consultation and advice in your negotiations with them.

Publications

  • Hong Kong and Chinese Mainland IPO markets in 2014 - Interim review and outlook
    Deloitte China National Public Offering Group recently released its review on the IPO markets of HK and Chinese Mainland for the first six months of 2014 together with their forecast in the second half.
  • iGAAP 2013 - A guide to IFRS reporting
    The report sets out comprehensive guidance by focusing on the practical issues faced by reporting entities. Learn more.
  • POG Insights: Issue 1 "HK thrives on international listing"
    In the first issue of our new publication, we bring you the latest developments of international listings in Hong Kong and the most important changes in listing rules and regulations.

Featured content

  • CASPlus.com
    A resource for China accounting standards
  • IFRS in Focus newsletters
    In Chinese

Learn more

  • New IFRS elearning modules
    Deloitte’s Global Audit Learning group has released two new e-learning modules on derecognition under IFRS 9 'Financial Instruments' and offsetting under IFRS 32 'Financial Instruments: Presentation'.
  • IFRS Model financial statements 2012
    These financial statements illustrate the presentation and disclosure requirements of IFRSs for the year ended 31 December 2012 by an entity that is not a first-time adopter of IFRSs.
  • iGAAP 2012 A guide to IFRS reporting
    The guide provides insight into how complex practical issues should be resolved and illustrative examples to demostrate how the standards work in practice.
  • IFRSs in your Pocket 2011
    This guide includes summaries of each IASB Standard and Interpretation as well as the Framework and the Preface to IFRSs and the use of IFRSs around the world.
  • HKFRS for Private Entities in your pocket
    Explains the requirements in HK's new HKFRS for Private Entities and made available for immediate use by private companies
  • IFRS for Investment Funds
    Deloitte's Global Financial Services Industry (GFSI) network has released two publications on IFRSs for Investment Funds
  • IFRS Model financial statements for 2010
    Illustrate the application of the presentation and disclosure requirements of IFRSs
  • HKFRS presentation and disclosure checklist for 2010
    Effective for the year ended 31 Dec 2010
  • Financial reporting in Hong Kong 2010
    The ideal one-stop shop for entities reporting under HKFRSs
  • iGAAP 2010 financial instruments
    IAS 32, IAS 39, IFRS 7 and IFRS 9 explained
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