The Malta Companies Act obliges both private and public companies to file a copy of their audited financial statements with the Registrar of Companies at the Malta Financial Services Authority. Financial statements must be audited by a qualified warrant holder in accordance with the International Standards on Auditing. Those standards require that an auditor complies with ethical requirements and plans and performs the audit to obtain reasonable assurance whether the financial statements are free from material misstatement.
At NOUV, we are driven to add value to statutory audits. To us, audits present an opportunity to analyse the financial performance and position of a company, as we assess the financial results and relevant business and operational risks to determine if the going concern assumption is reasonable. The results of this assessment provide information that will allow us to highlight key issues/ risks in the financial statements and make recommendations to management.
We also evaluate internal controls, assess their effectiveness and make recommendations. Amongst our services, one finds:
– Financial Audit
– Internal Audits
– Evaluation Design and Implementation of Internal Controls
– Information Technology Audit
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