One of our firm’s main activities is audit and assurance. The benefit of an audit of financial statements is that it provides assurance to stakeholders – shareholders, CEOs, creditors, customers, suppliers, tax inspectors, and potential investors – that management has presented a “true and fair” view of a company’s financial performance and position. Digitisation is also making strides in the audit profession. At PwC, we strive to serve our clients using innovative, state-of-the-art tools and methodologies, while at the same time providing reliable services our clients can depend on in their day-to-day operations.
A few years ago we introduced Halo for Journals – a key component in our dataenabled audit approach. Halo for Journals is the first tool to be launched from the Halo data auditing suite. It’s an important step on our multi-year journey to simplify the audit through innovation. Halo is transforming the way we audit, and it is unlocking a wealth of insight. It is leading-edge assurance technology designed to provide deeper insights from data in real time.
Audit or review of standalone or consolidated financial statements prepared in accordance with HU GAAP (Generally Accepted Accounting Principles), US GAAP, IFRS (International Financial Reporting Standards), (or other) and in accordance with ISA (International Standards on Auditing) or other GAAS