The financial statements are the crucial document to clearly show and substantiate how well companies are performing. In some cases, yearly accounts are not sufficient. At the request of the bank, shareholders, other stakeholders, or for legal or statutory reasons, a check must be performed before the annual results are published.
Reliable financial information
In such cases, the accounts should be checked. The purpose of auditing financial statements is that stakeholders of this financial information can be confident that the figures provide a reliable picture of reality. It is assessed whether internal controls are properly implemented, and automated systems are secure and reliably operational and whether sufficient internal controls over financial records are performed. Eventually, we issue a statement on the reliability of the financial statements.
Independent and objective
Independence and objectivity during the statutory audit are a basic requirement, because only an unbiased audit has value. We maintain a clear standard of values, which forms the pillar of our practice. Strict rules on admissibility of consulting services for audit clients are an example. NBC/Van Roemburg & Partners B.V. also uses standards of conduct for keeping personal, business or financial relationships with audit clients.
Internal procedures ensure that everyone obeys the rules. Two other parties play an explicit role in this safeguarded system. The NOVAA/NIVRA and SRA monitor quality. In addition, the Authority Financial Markets (AFM) supervises compliance with licensing requirements for carrying out statutory audits.
NBC/Van Roemburg & Partners B.V. meets all the (legal) requirements for running an audit event in your organization. Because we are familiar with, among others, SMEs we are capable of a tight and effective control plan, keeping the cost for you as low as possible.