Financial statement audits give assurance over information used by investors and the capital markets.
Independent, quality financial statement audits.
Independent, quality financial statement audits
Independent audit services to help enhance the reliability of information prepared by clients for use by investors, creditors and stakeholders.
Financial statement audits and other assurance services play a critical role in creating and maintaining investor/owner confidence and unlocking valuable insights into your business. We believe independent auditors perform the valuable role of being a trusted intermediary between the providers of business information and the users of that information. Financial statement audits and other assurance services give assurance over information used by investors, creditors and other stakeholders.
The service KPMG Montenegro now offers gives not only an independent report on the financial position, but also objective and reliable insights which can help as the client's business moves forward.
Financial statement audits give assurance over information used by investors and the capital markets – a responsibility to the public interest KPMG Audit professionals take very seriously, applying powerful D&A routines to create better audit evidence and gain deeper insights, and exploring the role auditors can and should play by engaging stakeholders to better understand their views through KPMG’s ‘Value of Audit’ forum. KPMG professionals – innovating to better serve the capital markets and society as a whole.
Findings from a global analysis of 270 larger listed companies’ reports, highlighting weaknesses and good practices in the presentation of business strategy and performance.
As the global economy continues to reform its financial system, one crucial element of reconstruction is being ignored. The corporate reporting model in its current form does not meet the needs of investors – and it’s becoming increasingly difficult for the model to meet the requirements of preparers, auditors, regulators and standard-setters. Now is the time to begin a wide-ranging debate about what is wrong with the current model and how to change it.