The central task of auditing is to provide a statutory audit, i.e. the examination of annual financial statements by an independent auditor to verify their accuracy. A highly qualified audit ensures the trust of the various stakeholders, e.g. of shareholders and financing banks, in the company.
However, as a modern business audit firm, we offer much more than just the mere regularity auditing of your annual financial statements by highly qualified employees and state-of-the-art auditing software.
We are interested in your company's economic environment and the potential opportunities and risks that future developments may bring. Our auditor on site, who is directly involved in the audit, ensures that you have a competent contact as well as short decision-making paths in case questions arise. In this way, our audits regularly generate added value for our clients beyond the mere audit, because they identify and address existing problem and action areas.
In addition to the traditional audit of annual accounts and consolidated annual accounts in accordance with the German Commercial Code (HGB), our team of auditors performs many statutory audits:
- Audits of annual accounts and consolidated annual accounts in accordance with the German Commercial Code (HGB)
- Auditing of the propriety of business management in accordance with section 53 of the German Budgetary Principles Act (HGrG)
- Start-up audits of stock corporations
- Reorganisation audits
- Audits under the Broker and Property Developer Ordinance (MaBV)
- Audits of the accounting of hospitals and care facilities in accordance with the German Commercial Code (HGB), the Hospital Accounting Ordinance (KHBV) or the Nursing/Care Facilities Accounting Ordinance (PBV)
Our clients come from a wide range of industries such as IT, construction, online trade and especially the production sector. Furthermore, our range of services also includes statutory audits in the area of hospitals and non-profit foundations and institutions, as well as public sector companies.