Guiding you through the audit process to give you meaningful insight into your business.
Technically strong audit services designed to deliver value throughout the year.
Making a noticeable improvement to our client’s business is central to the audit work we do and the results we deliver. Creating value that makes a real difference to our client's business - year after year - is intrinsic to our approach. That is why we provide audit services to a vast number of corporate groups, owner-managed businesses, not-for-profit organisations and public sector organisations throughout the UK and internationally, in a wide range of specialist sectors, regardless of their size or status.
With extensive experience, a dedication to exceptional client service and value for money, you’ll receive meaningful insights into your business, whilst ensuring that strict compliance requirements are met.
With over 90 audit professionals throughout the firm, we make it a priority to understand your business and tailor our approach to your way of working. This also means we can minimise any disruption caused by the audit process whilst providing you with the insights that you’re seeking in order to help you run your successful business.
At Bishop Fleming, we take the quality control of our audits very seriously indeed. We submit ourselves to regular third party reviews as well as regulatory visits by the Quality Assurance Directorate (QAD). A tightly controlled system of audit licensing within the firm means that your audit will be performed by fully qualified and appropriately experienced audit specialists and no-one else.
Details of our Bishop Fleming registration can be viewed at www.auditregister.org.uk, under reference number C003811177, and details of our Bishop Fleming Bath Limited audit registration can be viewed under the above website, under reference number C003088558. Registered to carry out audit work in the UK and Ireland by the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales. Audit Regulations can be accessed at www.icaew.com/regulations. APB Ethical Standards can be accessed at www.frc.org.uk/apb
Bishop Fleming was one of the first top 40 UK accountancy firms to invest in some of the most sophisticated audit and accounting software around and have been working with CaseWare for more than 6 years. Our level of involvement in the design and development of the CaseWare programme itself has given Bishop Fleming unrivalled experience, which can be drawn upon should you need assistance in the preparation of your statutory accounts.
We can produce financial statements that provide you with meaningful insights and, as required by HMRC, your company accounts and Corporation Tax returns will be filed in the required XBRL electronic format.
We can also work with your current auditors to supply iXBRL tagging services, for more information please contact a member of the audit team (below).
We also specialise in specific sectors including;
This specialist approach means we already have key insights and can easily identify how a business is performing, pin-point trends and spot opportunities or problems at an early stage. Our unique insight means we can anticipate the particular issues that your business or organization faces.
Global communications and ease of travel means businesses are increasingly likely to have interests overseas – either buying and selling goods and services, or opening branches or offices in other countries. Our membership of Kreston International, one of the largest global networks of independent accounting firms, allows us to service multi-national groups to break down cultural barriers and take advantage of expert advice at a local level to fulfil overseas statutory requirements to help you with whatever international issues may arise.
Here you can download Bishop Fleming’s Business and Tax Update for January 2017.
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