We are chartered accountants, responsible for a range of financial advice and accountancy services, including auditing and financial analysis. We are qualified to offer guidance, conduct account audits, and deliver reliable data regarding financial documents. This could include corporate finance, legal accounting, taxation, auditing, financial reporting, business recovery and insolvency, or accounting systems and procedures. Our expertise arm serves a variety of industries and sectors, including public practice firms, industry and commerce, and the public and not-for-profit sectors. Our goal as a strategic professional is to optimise profits for your business or client1.
The following are some of a chartered accountant’s primary duties:
Manage financial systems and budgets.
Undertake financial audits (an independent check of an organization’s financial position).
Give financial guidance.
Communicate with clients (individuals or companies) and offer guidance and financial information.
Examine the systems of the business and assess the risk.
Perform tests to verify financial data and systems.
Provide clients advice on tax planning—that is, how to minimise their tax burden within the framework of current legislation—and the tax ramifications of corporate acquisitions and mergers.
Organise accounting records and create management reports and accounts for small enterprises (accountancy).
Give customers advice on corporate finance matters, including mergers and acquisitions.
Counsel clients on areas of business improvement, or dealing with insolvency.
Find and stop fraudulent activity (forensic accounting).
Manage junior colleagues.
Liaise with internal and external auditors (where applicable) and deal with any financial irregularities as they arise.
Create reports and suggestions in the wake of public sector or internal audits.
Prepare financial statements, including monthly and annual accounts.
Arrange financial management reports, including financial planning and forecasting.
Advise on tax and treasury issues.
Discuss conditions with suppliers.