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Financial Statement Audit

Confidence comes from transparency, clarity and continuity

Many companies, whether a start-up, family firm or global player, find it difficult to address all the requirements of financial reporting. What information do shareholders, lenders and other readers expect to see in your financial statements?

The EY Global Audit Methodology (EY GAM), applied consistently by our teams around the world, allows us to focus on your needs and establish your individual audit and related service requirements. We base our comprehensive analysis of your business risks on your separate and consolidated financial statements,  developing a tailored audit strategy that balances cost-efficiency and appropriate risk identification, while incorporating all relevant national and international auditing standards.

We draw on our extensive experience to devise and implement a customized audit plan for your company, whatever the scope. Our clients can rely on us for audits and reviews of annual, monthly, quarterly and other interim reports.

Thanks to our audit approach, you can be confident that critical issues will be recognized and addressed at an early stage, avoiding any nasty surprises in the closing phases of the key financial statement processes.

We offer a range of additional assurance services to complement the financial statement audit. Our clients benefit from the latest insights and news gained in our dealings with industry experts and are supported by our international network.

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Contact us

Daniel Wüst
Financial Statement Audit Leader Switzerland
+41 58 286 33 75

Patrick Schwaller
Financial Statement Audit Leader Financial Services Switzerland
+41 58 286 69 30

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