If you’re looking to sell your business or want to raise finance, an internal audit will provide potential buyers, investors and other stakeholders with relevant and comprehensive information to make informed decisions, you’ll probably benefit from an internal audit.
What does an internal audit involve?
An internal audit will usually focus on:
- how the business is structured
- how decisions are made
- the risks associated with systems and processes across company departments
- how well the company is adhering to all the relevant regulations
Our audits are tailored to meet your objectives and are modified to reflect the size and type of the company and the industry in which it operates. For example, for smaller or owner-managed businesses, the scope of the audit is usually more limited and will focus more on risks associated with management controls. Ultimately, the audit will increase awareness of any issues and enable the owners or managers to take pre-emptive action to redress areas of concern and avoid incurring unnecessary costs.
In summary, whether it’s to help owners, potential buyers, investors or other stakeholders, our audit experts will be pleased to discuss your requirements and deliver a service that exceeds your expectations.
For further information, please get in touch.