Statutory auditing  
Pursuant to the Companies Ordinance, Cap 32 Laws of Hong Kong, for all the companies which are incorporated in Hong Kong with limited liability, its financial statements are required to be audited by Certified Public Accountants (Practising) who are registered with the Hong Kong Institute of Certified Public Accountants and the auditors report is required to be presented to the shareholders for approval at the annual general meeting.
The Board of Inland Revenue also prescribed that the profits tax return of limited companies in Hong Kong must be supported by auditors report.
  Non-statutory auditing  
Apart from the statutory auditing, we also perform other special audits and compile reports to meet clients’ specific needs. For example:
  -- Investigation of the company’s internal controls and management teams
-- Operational efficiency and management performance assessment
-- Preparation of special audits and reports for matters relating to litigation, mergers and acquisitions and loan financing from
   financial institutions
-- Investigation of possible irregularities and fraud risk management
-- Preparation of special purposes audits and reports as prescribed by client
-- In-depth study on specific issues with appropriate recommendations
Our audit team is headed by experienced professionals. We uphold a high standard of integrity and professional ethics to ensure strong compliance of professional conducts and to safeguard clients best interests.