Statutory AuditCongratulations to our Director James Hill today, on his appointment as a Statutory Auditor at Hill Osborne.
James has gained over 14 years audit experience with Hill Osborne and now joins the firm’s existing statutory auditors, Richard and Andrew. As well as undertaking statutory audit work, James specialises in solicitor’s accounts rules reports and members club audits.
Here’s a quick rundown on the facts:
What is a Statutory Audit?
A statutory audit is a review of the accuracy of a company's financial records, systems and controls, which is required under UK law for certain organisations. Whilst the size criteria for statutory audits in the UK has increased dramatically in the past few years, there are still a number of organisations that are required to be audited, regardless of size. Some businesses also recognise the benefits an audit can bring and may chose to have a voluntary audit of their financial statements.
James is now recognised as a registered auditor by the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales.
Will my business need a Statutory Audit?
To find out whether your business needs an audit, why not take advantage of our FREE one hour consultation - contact us on 01202 678555 firstname.lastname@example.org or visit hill-osborne.co.uk