Auditors in Sharjah
Sharjah is the third largest Emirate in the United Arab Emirates and is also known as the Cultural Capital of the Arab world. Sharjah is the only Emirate in UAE which is touching the Persian Gulf and the Arabian sea.
Sharjah supports entrepreneurship and innovation, small and medium-sized enterprises focusing on manufacturing, real estate, gas, tourism, education, healthcare, logistics and business services. Sharjah has three main ports: the Khorfakkan port, which is in the Arabian sea, and one international airport.
Sharjah Economic Department (the first economic department in UAE) is the central pillar of Sharjah’s financial success and is facilitating and implementing the economic plans for the Emirate.
HLB HAMT has been operating from the mainland of Sharjah for a decade to facilitate our client’s business needs. As a registered branch in Sharjah, HLB HAMT is approved by the DED of Sharjah and acts as an approved auditor in Sharjah.
As per the UAE Federal Law, the registered entities in Sharjah, such as Limited Liability Companies and Branch of foreign Companies, must prepare annual financial statements in compliance with IFRS. These financial statements need to be audited by a registered audit firm and file audited financial statements as and when the regulatory authorities request or within their established regular deadlines.
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