The statutory auditor’s role is standardised, controlled, rigorous and above all, offers directors a solid and sincere commitment. They adapt their services to the needs of the business to ensure high-quality discussions and optimisation of the statutory audit process throughout the year and their term of office.
- Familiarisation with the business
- Assessment of internal control
- Accounting audit
- Feedback: the statutory auditor’s report
Due diligence involves examining a potential acquisition from several perspectives:
- Accounting and financial,
- Economic: business, market,
It verifies the information already provided by the seller and provides a clearer understanding of the business’s risks, strengths and weaknesses.
The due diligence report gives the purchaser additional information and offers them the opportunity to adjust the purchase price or decide not to proceed.
AD HOC AUDIT
- Internal control
- Security and reliability of the information system
- Budget control
- Organisational audit
- Employment audit
- Tax audit