We provide auditing services to enable certification for financial companies and associations when requested or required by law.
An audit is the opinion on the reliability of financial information and operational suitability based on a company’s financial statements. An audit is not performed in the annual statement or tax return; it is the role of the Accountant.
The auditor's responsibility is limited to the opinion he gives on statements, which subject him to the limited liability of the reservation.
The board is responsible for the financial statement of the company and presents financial statements. The board hires a manager who is responsible for daily operations.
a. When companies exceed two of the following size limit rules for two consecutive years, at least one auditor or auditing firm shall be appointed:
b. In companies where there is no restriction on trading in shares, at least one auditor shall be appointed.
c. Cooperatives with B-division capital shall elect at least one auditor.
d. Organizations associated with the public interest:
Other reasons for appointing legal auditors: