We provide objectivity, trust and confidence in an increasingly complex regulatory and economic environment by staying true to our role as independent auditors.
Around the world, a company’s journey to success is governed by increasingly complex regulatory requirements and stakeholder demands. We have the courage and integrity to help you meet these demands by delivering high quality audits that give investors confidence.
There are two ways we are staying ahead of the curve in the face of continual change across the globe:
Working with standard-setters
To effectively follow industry benchmarks and provide accurate guidance to the companies we serve, it is important to be involved in the standard-setting process.
Our professionals regularly participate on a number of standard-setting committees and boards under the AICPA, SEC, PCAOB and European Commission. In addition, our US Professional Practice Group, located in New York, monitors all FASB agenda projects and reports significant developments to our clients, our professional staff and other interested parties.
We also have many partners who serve on standard setting task forces during the development stage.
By staying close to the standard-setting process, we keep the public companies we audit informed of today’s industry standards, while offering insight into standards on the horizon.
AccountingLink is a fast and easy way to get access to the publications produced by our US Professional Practice Group as well as the latest guidance proposed by the standard setters.
Aside from the regular communication touch points built into our service delivery approach, we keep audit committees up to date on the business landscape through BoardMatters Quarterly, a newsletter designed specifically for audit committee members, and sponsoring Audit Committee Roundtables, a series of peer group networking sessions conducted regionally.
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