Our colleagues in the Assurance line of service are there to answer questions like: Has everything been booked correctly? Have the financial reporting standards been complied with? Do the company’s financial statements accurately reflect its business processes? Does our client’s management get the right figures at the right time? And does the company have all the potential risks in hand, with all its internal controls working properly?
Our highly specialised tax and legal experts are in demand because they have, or can find, answers to all our clients’ questions: What taxes will we have to pay if we buy another company? Where will we have to pay tax if we open an office abroad? And how much? How can I, as a wealthy individual, best invest my money? Are these employment contracts or purchase agreements watertight?
Our range of advisory services is also broad and varied. No wonder, with globalisation, increasing competition and new technologies throwing up so many questions for our clients: How should we gear our strategy to be successful in the long term? Are our processes running properly? Should we be concentrating on our core business, or should we be expanding the range of products and services we offer? Would a takeover be a sound investment, or the beginning of the end? Do we have enough cash at our disposal, and if not, how do we change this?
Our colleagues in our Internal Services lay the basis for our consultants and auditors to operate successfully. That means they’re confronted with many challenging questions: How do we attract the best people and create the organisational framework for continued success? How do we communicate our messages and sell our services in the marketplace? How do we make the knowledge of individual employees available to everyone? Are we in compliance with all the relevant laws, regulations and professional standards? How do we make sure that everyone can always get hold of the data they need?