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How do we work?
"In our Audit Team in Singapore, we believe that the role of the auditor as a safeguard for shareholders is a cornerstone of the financial system and markets." - Rick Chan, Partner (Head of Audit and Assurance)
Throughout the audit process, our clients will be consistently dealing with the same team members whilst the entire process will be overseen by a Mazars Partner to ensure quality control measures are met throughout the engagement. The partner assigned to your engagement provides a “hands on approach” to each engagement. Ongoing open communication with your company and management is core to our service and our commitment to keeping you fully informed at all stages of the engagement.
In Singapore, our team offers the following audit and assurance services:
Audit in accordance with International Standards on Auditing and Singapore Standards on Auditing for the purposes of filing with the Accounting and Corporate Regulatory Authority (ACRA) Singapore.
Audit for the purposes of filing with the Monetary Authority of Singapore for Insurance companies, fund management companies, financial planning and advisory companies.
Audit for the purposes of filing with the Singapore Commissioner of Charities (COC) for charities and Institution of a Public Character (IPC).
Audit in accordance with US Generally Accepted Auditing Standards for the purposes of filing with the US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC).
Agreed upon procedures
Performing and reporting on engagements to perform Agreed-Upon Procedures regarding financial information in accordance with Singapore Standards on Related Services (SSRS) 4400.
Performing and reporting on engagements to review Historical Financial Statements in accordanc with Singapore Standards on Review Engagements (SSRE) 2400 and review of Interim Financial Information performed by us when we are also the Independent Auditor of the Entity under SSRE 2410.
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