More expertise for statutory and voluntary audits
Regardless of the reason for an audit (a legal obligation or a voluntary activity), the statutory instrument of an audit of the financial statements supplies important information about how the company handles and complies with the regulations.
The experts at LeitnerLeitner contribute their extensive auditing experience to every engagement. We deliver correct, resilient and independent statements that are based on detailed insights into the subject matter as well as a comprehensive view of the numbers and figures.
Our auditors review annual and consolidated financial statements in accordance with national regulations and IFRS. During audits of consolidated financial statements, we will also audit sub-areas (component auditor). Audit teams are individually organised for each audit engagement. Your personal contacts are available during the entire process, in close coordination with management and the Supervisory Board. The audit process is supported by an Audit Manager, who ensures that questions that arise during the audit can be clarified promptly. Our work is based on the latest regulations and the most recent accounting- and audit-related jurisprudence, and we will also draw on specialists in law, IT and tax law if required.
- Statutory audit of individual financial statements
- Statutory audit of consolidated financial statements
- Audits of mergers, amalgamations, and divestments of companies
- Ad-hoc reviews