Financial and statutory annual audit
As audits of financial statements are required to be presented to the shareholders at a company’s annual general meeting and with continuous changes to financial regulations, audit remains an important process for every company.
An auditor’s statement must declare whether in the auditor’s opinion the accounts have been prepared in accordance with the Companies Act and whether such accounts give a factual view of the dealings and results of the company.
Companies are required to present to the Registrar of Companies at the Malta Financial Services Authority, a copy of the annual financial statements presented at the Annual General Meeting of the company and of the directors’ and auditors’ reports, within 42 days from the end of the period for submitting annual financial statements to the general meeting.
At A+A Assurance Services we take a focused approach towards audit, maintaining continuous communication with you throughout the audit process to ensure you are informed and in control of all the stages during the preparation work so that you will be able to ask any questions you might have, and ultimately we provide a consistent and transparent financial report.