What is an audit?

An audit may be define as examination of the financial statement for an organisation and presented in a report. Generally, an audit conducted to make sure that all records are true and fair view of the concern. In other word, audit is about summary of the performance of an organisation.

What is the purpose an audit?

The purpose of an audit is to provide independent opinion whether the financial statement have been presented truth and fairness view and in accordance with the applicable current financial reporting framework such as Companies Act, 2016. The opinion is greatly enhance the credibility of the organisation to convince the potential investor. Besides, audit also helps both shareholders and stakeholders to make informed decisions about the future directions of an organisation based on the opinion already computed from the audit.

Who needs an audit?

All Private Limited Company (Sdn Bhd) need to be audited once a year.

Why choose us?

We customise our audit approach to suit the size and nature of our clients’ business, organisation and internal controls. Coupled with our extensive industry knowledge to draw upon, we can provide you with accurate and unbiased information your require in making vital business decision.

Our deep understanding of companies’ legislations and regulations, approved auditing and accounting standards has enabled us to assist our clients with complex reporting issues.

Knowledge and experience has allowed us to lend credibility to our clients’ financial statements from private limited companies to public listed companies quoted on the Bursa Malaysia Securities as well as multinational corporations.

When it comes to business transactions, we can objectively review and analyse information to minimise risks. We can provide you with the documentation that you need to make a well informed decision. Besides, other than focusing on accounting issues, we also look on other critical areas such as industry best practice, corporate governance and economics that could affect a transaction.

Our audit and assurance services include:

  • Statutory audit of financial statements for statutory filing, reporting to Corporate Head Office for Group consolidation purposes, etc.
  • Statutory audit of financial statements for non-corporate entities such as Management Corporations, charitable organisations, clubs and associations.
  • Special-purpose audit such as comprehensive examination and review of business or transactions to provide insights on ‘’beyond the numbers’’
  • Due diligence – assist clients in making informed decision, identify areas of potential risks.
  • Review and evaluation of internal control environment, evaluate systems and procedures
  • Other attestation work such as independent verification on grant claims and lucky draws and certification of certain expenditure and turnover to qualify for Government incentives including Export Credit Refinancing, Investment Tax Allowance, Pioneer Status, etc.