Statutory Audits for Companies

Statutory audits for companies are legally mandated evaluations of an organisation’s financial statements. As part of the financial corporate auditing and reporting requirements that come up each financial year, any organisations in Australia that fall under one of the categories in the following list must prepare and submit financial statements with the ASIC or, alternatively, with an industry regulator. These statements will also be used for financial corporate audit purposes.

The list of organisations is as follows:

  • Listed companies

  • Managed investments

  • Financial institutions (banking and NBFIs)

  • Subsidiaries owned by foreign interests

  • Large superannuation funds

  • Privately owned large sized companies

When it comes to statutory audits for companies, you can trust Adept Financial Auditing to provide a complete and comprehensive service that ensures all I’s are dotted and all T’s are crossed for your organisation.

Trust in the Expertise of Adept

Adept Financial Auditing boasts more than 15 years of experience completing statutory audits for companies, ensuring all financial records accurately reflect the position of the organisation. We make sure that all documents and statements are compliant with Australian International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS).

For more information on statutory audits for companies, or to book our services, get in touch with us today.


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At Adept, we are registered with the Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC) in accordance with legislation.