Accounts Subsidiaries

Accounts Preparation for Irish/UK/Overseas Subsidiaries

Do you have limited resources to manage the financial statements process?

Would you like to reduce the time spent on financial statements process with your auditor?

Has there been an overseas acquisition which requires you to prepare the financial statements of those overseas entities?

Is it one of your management letter comments from your auditor to improve on the preparation of the financial statements?

Do you need help with your consolidated accounts?

Why Us?

We make your life easier and eliminate your stress and headaches.

  • Preparing high quality GAAP compliant financial statements which significantly reduces your and the auditor's review time. This also minimises the likelihood of an audit fee increase due to increased time spent on the financial statements.
  • Liaising directly with your auditor or joining you in calls and meetings with the auditor.

We coach you during the preparation process.
During the preparation process, we coach you on the financial reporting requirements so that you understand the rationale of what goes into the financial statements. Clients have found the informal coaching provided invaluable and are appreciative of it.

We know exactly what you and the auditors are looking for when it comes to financial reporting.
A key member in the practice is Joseph. He was a member of a specialist team in EY Dublin that provides practical technical accounting advice and solutions, including accounts preparation to clients and audit teams. His clients are from various sectors and also includes Irish domiciled securisation vehicles. A few of his client were: salesforce, SurveyMonkey, Epson, Perrigo, Endo, Carbery, Schneider Electric, Hertz, Whirlpool and General Electric. The GAAPs applied by his clients span across the entire spectrum including IFRS, FRS 101, FRS 102 and FRSSE.

He had numerous years of experience in the IFRS/US GAAP financial statements of numerous hedge funds, private equity funds, unit trusts and banks when he was with EY Bermuda and PwC Australia. His clients included Schroder, Man Group, Fortress and Fidelity. When he was with EY Singapore, his clients included groups listed on the Singapore stock exchange. The groups were in various industries ranging from food to construction.

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