With more stringent requirements surrounding assurance procedures, you need a strong team with integrity and knowledge to deliver the information you need. At Saville, our advisors will not only deliver accurate reports, our commitment is to help you identify advantageous opportunities or uncover potential problems. We have the resources to serve both public and privately-owned companies. You will have a team of senior staff that will be accessible and responsive during the entire process. They will get to know your company so that you will have consistency year after year saving you time and money.
- Reviews and Compilations
- Compliance audits
- Due diligence procedures
- Fraud investigations and forensic accounting
- Internal control audits
- Risk management
- Sarbanes-Oxley 404
An audit may be required by bankers and potential investors in instances when you are seeking better loan terms, additional capital, buying an organization or selling your company. We understand the importance an audit can mean when making these strategic decisions. That is why at Saville we take the audit approach a step further. Not only will we express an opinion but also provide an objective analysis which can be used to understand financial conditions, evaluate business processes, identify risks, appraise personnel and human resources and provide a performance benchmark against industry standards.
Our audit process
We will sit down with you in a discovery process to learn about your company’s objectives and challenges. Thereafter, within the scope of our services, we will consider factors such as the economic state affecting your industry, your accounting and information systems and your internal control processes. Using state-of-the-art technology and knowledgeable staff, we proceed with a risk assessment and then proceed to perform the audit fieldwork.
Our audits are performed in accordance with auditing standards generally accepted in the United States. We are subject to a peer review and have received the top rating possible – unqualified opinions.
Sometimes an audit is not required but you still need reasonable assurance that financial statements are fairly presented. With a review, we will discuss the analytical procedures with your management team. This should not be performed by your current CPA but rather a third party accountant.
Compilations offer the most basic service and provide the status of your company’s performance without expressing any assurance.