Auditors in Abu Dhabi
Abu Dhabi is the capital city of UAE and the largest emirate in the United Arab Emirates. In the past decades, the business landscape of Abu Dhabi has significantly transformed as it planned to change the dependency on oil business and become a global hub for business. The Abu Dhabi government’s decision and vision brought economic growth by attracting foreign and local investors to invest in other industry sectors.
The Government of Abu Dhabi also promotes tourism, real estate, alternative energy, and startups and creates different platforms to ease doing business in Abu Dhabi.
They rolled out the economic policy to focus on; open and efficient & effective environment for business, follow a disciplined economic policy, improve the efficiency of human capital, ensure that the emirate’s infrastructure is world-class, and ensure the financial market supports the businesses.
HLB HAMT has an office in Abu Dhabi and is a registered auditor with the Department of Economic Development Abu Dhabi. Over a decade, HLB HAMT has been serving clients as a trusted international auditor in Abu Dhabi.
We always believe in “together we can make it happen” and working with clients to benefit and facilitate the various policy initiatives laid out by Abu Dhabi Government, such as SME initiatives, Public-private partnership law, and Local content program (ICV), etc.
As per the UAE Federal Law; the registered entities in Abu Dhabi, such as Limited Liability Companies, and Branch of foreign Companies need to prepare annual financial statements in compliance with IFRS and needs to be audited by a registered audit firm and file the audited financial statement as and when the regulatory authorities request or within their established regular deadlines.
As an auditor in Abu Dhabi, HLB HAMT management, always try to satisfy our clients’ needs in Abu Dhabi with our experienced and expertise team of professionals and international recognition.
HLB HAMT is consistently implementing technology and innovative approaches in client servicing. This process helps us improve service quality with a diverse, multinational customer base that comprises privately held, publicly traded, and public sector organizations, including Fortune 500 firms.
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