Depending on legal form, Swiss companies are obliged to create an annual financial statement. This must, under certain circumstances (OR 727 ff. Swiss Code of Obligations), be checked for accuracy by an auditor or an expert in auditing. To ensure the financial stability of the company and compliance with statutory obligations, it is essential that the annual statement is watertight.
Auditing of annual statements is not just a chore but also provides a major benefit:
Increased trust from key stakeholders
creation of a high-quality audit report serves not only to meet the legal
requirements, but also increases the confidence on the part of key
stakeholders. These particularly include investors, banks, clients, the state
and private lenders, which see the audit report as a ‘seal of approval’.
Early detection of risks and mistakes
which would lead to risks in terms of business operations or tax implications,
can be detected earlier
through auditing annual statements.
A high-quality audit report, therefore, also reveals potential improvements and
contributes to increasing company efficiency.
approach is to make the audit report as transparent and understandable as
possible to ensure it represents significant added value for the company while
satisfying the legal requirements.
We also place a great deal of value in proactively exchanging information with our clients to ensure our auditing is of the highest possible quality and is as efficient as it can be.
Our experienced auditors can respond individually to your needs. Our first task is to examine all legally relevant issues so that we can present a legally compliant audit report. The next task is catering to your individual wishes and checking specific areas:
Scope of checks
addition to the actions legally required depending on the type of auditing to
be performed, our auditors will give greater attention to the following