Audit services generally concern the audit and review of an entity`s financial statements and the key aim of an audit provided by external auditor is to check whether the data and information shown in the annual financial report reflects the financial position of an enterprise and whether the company has observed all regulatory and statutory requirements in this field. Crowe Czech Republic renders comprehensive audit services which help your organisation not only to stay compliant with all relevant law regulations but also to build trust, identify risks and maintain transparency.
We follow the highest auditing and ethical standards, including International Standards on Auditing, constantly improve the quality of services offered and our auditors are licensed by the Chamber of Auditors of the Czech Republic. For us it is especially important to maintain close communication with our clients throughout the whole audit process conducted both for local and international companies.
To meet our clients` expectations the best, Crowe team of experts, using extensive industry knowledge and vast auditing experience gained both locally and globally and shared among the Crowe network, deliver professional and seamless audit services which help entrepreneurs navigate through regulatory and statutory changes and stay prepared for any unexpected difficulties.
Statutory audits of individual and consolidated Financial statements in accordance with Czech accounting regulations or International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS)
Audit or review of financial statements prepared in accordance with Czech legislation and International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS)
Audit for special purposes (verification of individual elements of the financial statements, verification of opening balance sheets, etc.)
Verification of areas specified by the client (i.e. agreed-upon procedures)
Consolidation package, verification of data and records for parent company consolidation prepared in accordance with IFRS, GAAP or other generally-accepted accounting principles