Based on the audit philosophy, the practice system, the risk control standards and the project management system of our auditing firm headquartered in Germany and the combination of domestic audit standards with practical requirements, our audit team in China has continuously improved and expanded. This enables us to provide systematic and high-quality as well as effective risk control for clients from Germany, Austria, and Switzerland and their subsidiaries and workshops in China. The added value for our clients is maximized through transparency and a comprehensive and correct understanding of the audit work between the headquarters of companies from Germany, Austria, and Switzerland and their Chinese subsidiaries.
Annual Financial Statement Audit (JAP)
The purpose of an audit is to examine the financial information of a company systematically and independently and to issue an opinion on the financial information that provides assurance that it is free from material misstatement. Our objective assessment includes the propriety of the financial information, but also the reliable presentation of the economic situation and the opportunities and risks of the company's future development. In addition, we record internal company processes and develop a detailed understanding of the company's business models and internal control systems. On this basis, management can assess and improve the effectiveness of risk management, internal control, and compliance management.
Reconciliation of China GAAP Financial Statements (HB I: Commercial Balance Sheet I) to HGB or IFRS Financial Statements (HB II: Commercial Balance Sheet II)
We carry out the reconciliation of annual financial statements for you and issue audit opinions on annual financial statements that have been prepared on the basis of China GAAP, HGB, and IFRS.
- Audit of the annual financial statements in accordance with China GAAP
- Audit of the consolidated financial statements as required by the Group
- Audit of the annual financial statements of HB II in accordance with German GAAP (HGB) or IFRS and the group audit instruction
- Company acquisition audit
- Company liquidation audit
- Company transfer audit
- Net assets audit
- Internal company audit
- Due diligence audit