We help clients to achieve compliance and advise on how they might organise their financial reporting processes.
We help clients so that their accounting operations match their business objectives.
All organisations periodically face difficult financial reporting and accounting issues and the current economic climate is increasing the challenges faced by businesses.
In trying to sort through these issues on their own, organisations
typically waste time and resources.
Good professional advisers can strip away much of the uncertainty and confusion which can surround the application of accounting standards and reporting practices, and enable relevant commercial outcomes.
How KPMG can help
KPMG’s Accounting Advisory professionals work with clients to help them achieve compliance, advise on how they might organise their financial reporting processes and help them ensure that accounting operations match the objectives of the business.
Financial Reporting Outsourcing
Compensating for temporary or permanent
shortages in clients' departments responsible for the preparation of financial
statements and group reports.
Technical Accounting Advice
Support with complex accounting treatments, provision of alternative accounting policies, leading practices and examples and KPMG interpretations.
Provision of technical training on accounting and financial reporting frameworks, including workshops in a classroom or an e-learning environment.
Financial Reporting Process Advisory
Design, improvement and optimisation of internal management and external financial reporting and accounting processes.
Accounting conversions to match different financial reporting frameworks.
Finance Function Co-sourcing
Enhancing client teams with specialist skills to compensate for temporary shortages in clients’ finance
Regulatory Accounting and Reporting
Provision of advice and support in all matters of specific reporting, reconciliations and accounts required by regulators across industries.
Other AAS services
Other AAS include services related to Capital Markets Readiness, Pre and Post Deal Reporting, Cash to Accrual and Integrated Reporting.
The finance organization of the future, and indeed of today, must go beyond its business-as-usual.
Effective business support needs to spring from a strong foundation, and so finance functions need to get the basics right.
Since the crisis, rising pressure from stakeholders and regulators has challenged companies to find new ways to balance risk and reward on a more sustainable basis.