Audit and Assurance
As registered auditors, we provide services to Companies, Pension Schemes, Charities, Solicitors, Financial Service Organisations, Property Management Companies and more.
PCLG, Chartered Accountants are registered to carry out audit work in the UK by the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales. Details about our audit registration can be viewed at www.auditregister.org.uk under reference number C002698249.
Contact us now for a free initial consultation with a director to discuss your auditing requirements.
If your business meets certain criteria, your financial statements will need to be audited. These can include:
Annual turnover of more than £10.2 million (net)
Assets worth no more than £5.1 million (net)
50 or more employees on average
The audit is often seen as a necessary evil however this is untrue. An audit not only gives credibility to your financial statements, but provides a wealth of information which can help decide on future business plans, financing and business decisions.
As part of the audit process we report on:
Internal controls and systems
Susceptibility and risk of fraud
Key performance indicators
Non Statutory Audits
Most small privately owned companies do not legally need an audit, unless it specifies in the company’s articles of association. However, a bank, supplier or shareholder may request one be carried out.
As a business owner you can appreciate the comfort that an audit gives to your financial statements.
We can provide you with a cost effective audit solution for your business.
We can assist you on reporting on particular elements of your business, including:
Due diligence reports on the sale or purchase of a business
Internal audit reports
Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) reports
Solicitors Accounts Rules (SAR)
Service Charge Accounts / Property Management Companies
All our audit work is conducted in accordance with International Standards on Auditing (UK & Ireland) (www.frc.org.uk).
We follow the Audit Regulations and Guidance set at www.icaew.com and are bound by the Auditing Practices Board's Ethical Standard