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Audit

We have the world’s most powerful audit methodology

Under conditions when companies’ operations tend more and more to international markets, the success of many entities rests mainly on the growth of investor confidence. We proceed from a conviction that our services should not be limited only by audit and compliance assurance. In our work with domestic and foreign companies, alongside with the audit of their financial statements in accordance with IFRS, we assist our clients in achieving their goals, enhancing risk management efficiency, and improving business transparency.

We are able to render to your company a comprehensive set of services which allow giving a boost to confidence in the financial information you provide and help shareholders get an actual value of your business. A range of our services include:

  • audits of financial statements prepared under IFRS, US Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (US GAAP
  • related services, including reviews of financial statements prepared according to IFRS, US GAAP or other national standards;
  • engagements for specific audit areas, including analysis of internal control activities;
  • analysis with respect to clients’ readiness in preparing financial statements in accordance with IFRS, US GAAP, or other national standards for the first time and an international audit readiness;
  • general and special trainings and seminars devoted to varied issues, including transition to IFRS;
  • assistance in clients’ transactions to raise funds in international markets, issuance of Eurobonds, securitization, and other similar transactions;
  • assistance in mergers, acquisitions, and other special corporate transactions;
  • reporting with regards to compliance with certain financial ratios and requirements;
  • agreed upon procedures;
  • engagements related to specific audit areas.