You are answerable to others, such as shareholders and other stakeholders, with regard to your financial affairs.

Financial information must therefore be reliable. What is more, you want to know how far you are progressing towards achieving your goals and what risks may apply.

Our assurance accountants will guarantee that your company’s annual accounts will be thoroughly prepared for external auditing. Both with regard to the auditor’s statement that accompanies the annual accounts, as well as the associated statements, including any declarations of subsidies or declarations of circulation figures.

The annual accounts are the principal opportunity for your company to justify its performance. A variety of stakeholders – shareholders, (institutional) investors, the Tax and Customs Administration, interest groups within society – will all subject them to critical scrutiny. Especially whenever declarations are made to third parties, it is highly important that the information is audited professionally and to the required standard.

Auditing by an accountant

Your company’s stakeholders will expect transparency, risk management and control. During the accountant’s audit, our assurance accountants will assess whether your annual accounts comply with the application regulations. The auditor’s statement that is then issued provides you and your stakeholders with certainty in relation to your financial figures. Based upon the strategy and objectives of your company, we will then point out the risks we have observed while carrying out the accountant’s audit. Those risks, together with their consequences and our recommendations about how to manage them will be laid down in a management letter.

Karin van Wijngaarden
Partner accountancy | family businesses
Karin van Wijngaarden