External Audit Services
Businesses need auditors who understand their industry, geography, political and economic policy challenges, their long-term strategy including any risks that need to be assessed and managed. They need advisors who can use this crucial information into the audit process in the most accurate manner.
HLB HAMT’s audit approach assimilates rigorous standards of professional independence and objectivity, with a methodology that emphases on crucial risk areas. Our external audit services are tailored to meet the specific business functions of clients and it goes beyond just the financials.
The Audit and Assurance Practices of the company adhere with the International Standards on Quality Control, Auditing, Review, Other Assurance and Related Services issued by International Federation of Accountants (IFAC).
HLB HAMT’s approach includes analysis of business performance against management objectives, evaluation of business processes, assessment of business risks and comparison with industry standards. This approach focuses on understanding all aspects of a client’s business, including areas such as:
- Industry-specific processes
- IT Controls and its management
- Revenue cycle and marketing
- Personnel and human resources
- Business processes
- Fixed and working capital management
Advanced audit technology
We use up-to-date information technology to support and complement our external audit process in Dubai, UAE. This supports all phases of the audit process – planning, execution, and reporting. We use the latest innovative audit and documentation software, which contains tools for analyzing, documenting, managing, communicating, interrogating, extracting, reviewing and presenting the audit process.
We want our clients to see us as business partners with whom they can discuss, with confidence, their business issues and strategies.
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