Audit is about much more than just the numbers. It’s about attesting to accomplishments and challenges, and helping to assure strong foundations for future aspirations. BLP Group illuminates the what, how, and why of change so you’re always ready to act ahead.
An independent audit is the foundation for decision-making in the capital markets. We are committed to providing a constructive and challenging audit. Marketplace feedback confirms that our audit opinion is robust.
Our Award Winning Audit Approach
BLP Group audit methodology is designed to focus the audit on the risks that might have material impact on the financial statements. It is designed to exceed national and international standards and all our professionals throughout our member firms around the world are guided by the same approach to methodology, processes and documentation. All audit staff undergo regular training to help ensure their knowledge is up-to-date
Audit and Assurance
Auditing is a highly complex process, and the importance of auditors as a vital link in the financial reporting chain has never been more essential nor their role as trusted advisors more valued. The BLP audit professionals provide a range of audit and advisory services to assist clients in achieving their business objectives, managing their risk and improving their business performance.
BLP Group professionals help organizations enhance the effectiveness, quality, and value received from internal audit. BLP’s broad understanding of risks and areas of operational improvement — particularly the nuances of specific industry sectors and markets — can help internal audit functions improve their performance and operating efficiency and bring value to their organizations.
- Analysis of the structure of income and expenses of the company
- An assessment of the internal control system in the part of the workflow related to the company`s costs.
- Analysis of the quality and completeness of the documents confirming the expenses of the company
- Analysis of fixed assets: general structure, accrued depreciation, revaluation outcomes
- Investment analysis of the company
- Analysis of accounts receivable
- Analysis of accounts payable;
- Analysis of the completeness and reliability of accounting for assets and liabilities reflected in the balance sheet of the enterprise.