Audit of financial statements, including for insurance companies
Financial audit means an examination carried out by an independent auditor of an entity’s financial statements (or of some parts of the financial statements) with a view to express a reasoned opinion on the true, clear and complete picture of the financial position and statement as well as the obtained results (performances).
The audit procedures we initiate at the request of our clients are conducted on the basis of the International Standards on Auditing and in accordance with the legal provisions in the field.
We respect the privacy of the customer's data and the Code of Ethics for Professional Accountants.
The recipients of the audit statement may be those entrusted with the governance of the entity and/or third parties: the State through its institutions, various creditors, shareholders, etc.