Special Purpose Audits
Organisations for which an audit is not a legal requirement may still decide to have an audit for a number of reasons.
The main reasons for non statutory audit are listed below:
- Help you meet your stakeholders’ expectations
- Help you identify and address financial and system issues
- Facilitate effective governance
- Give you reliable information on which to base critical decisions.
- Audits required for a specific or special purpose
We are able to conduct audits that are required for the purposes of shareholders, stakeholders, parties to joint arrangements, construction projects, service charge audits, pre-merger, divestiture or asset sharing audits.
Why PKF in Kenya, Uganda and Rwanda is the best choice for you in Audit Services?
We are committed to delivering an audit that adds value – our partner-led service gives you much more than just your “business MOT”.
- We work to understand your business, its goals and its issues, bringing extensive sector knowledge and experience to the task.
- We work with you, offering continual attention – not just at the year-end.
- We adopt a risk-based approach, carrying out an up-front risk assessment that focuses on your business’s key concerns and identifies potential threats.
- We can flag up other potential issues, mainly financial or internal controls, that may affect you.
- Subject to independent constraints, we can also offer pro-active advice on the risks you face, including practical solutions to accounting and systems weaknesses.
- Our reporting is clear and accessible, avoiding jargon.
- For smaller organizations’, we also offer a basic audit that delivers the compliance and peace of mind you need at a cost you can afford.
Find out more
For further information please contact Rajan Shah.