With more and more changes to financial regulations occurring, audit remains an important process to ensure trust and maintain ethical standards.
Mazars Mostafa Shawki will always provide:
- A focused approach to the audit
- The skills that are relevant to your industry sector
- Excellent organisation skills
- An effective control structure
- Analysis of the most complex accounting processes in an economic context
- Every assignment will be overseen by the partner in charge who is in total responsible for the client. This partner will always be your main contact point within Mazars Mostafa Shawki.
- Ongoing communication with your company and management is part of our approach. We want you to be totally informed and in control of all the stages during our assignment so that you have the opportunity to ask questions or make adjustments in the process whenever you want to.
Mazars Mostafa Shawki will check that your accounting and financial information maintains consistency and transparency. Our specialist sector teams will focus on your specific industry’s needs – your strategy, operations and finances - because we want to establish a long-term working relationship with you.
Does your organisation need some support with the increasing demands of accounting standards? We will make sure that you meet Egyptian Accounting Standards and/or International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS) in your year-end accounts. To meet these requirements we will provide:
- Annual audits
- Limited reviews of intermediary settlements
- Examination of pro forma accounts
- Analysis of complex accounting situations
- A country and industry-specific approach
We have specific technical expertise in many complex areas of financial reporting such as:
- Accounting for financial instruments and optimal hedging structures
- Share option valuations and IFRS20 (IFRS 2) accounting issues
- IFRS 3
- Narrative reporting
We also can supply you with experienced technical trainers who provide tailored courses to guide your finance teams through the complexities of IFRS or EAS requirements.