Complete peace of mind
That’s what audit services from Rayner Essex give you.
We can make sure your accounts are in good shape and fully compliant with statutory and/or regulatory requirements. If, during the audit process, we identify there are weaknesses in your company’s systems and controls, we will make recommendations for how you can rectify or improve them. Or we can provide an in-depth risk assessment and real insight into your finances.
Whatever you need us for, you can trust Rayner Essex to perform comprehensive audits, statutory reporting or assurance engagements.
Why use audit services from Rayner Essex?
We have more than 50 years’ experience, working with businesses of all sizes and from a wide variety of industries. Our reputation and track record is built upon diligence and dedication – an ethos exemplified by our audit team.
With our range of auditing services, you’ll benefit from complete peace of mind thanks to a fixed point of contact who you’ll build a trusted relationship with. The uniquely personal and flexible approach coupled with our extensive experience is what sets us apart.
What you can expect from our audit services
- A high level of expertise and experience, without the costs associated with a top 20 firm
- A relationship-driven partner-led approach, giving you a fixed point of contact and dedicated team
- Full engagement and a commitment to resolving issues uncovered
- Agile working practices that respond to your needs
- The ability to work on-site or remotely, anywhere in the UK
We can also provide group reporting, special reporting and component audits for subsidiaries. In addition to all this, our accomplished audit team also deals with regulatory reporting, due diligence on acquisitions, and accounting procedures documentation and review.
As Rayner Essex is a traditional-style firm, audit clients can also benefit from taxation (corporate and personal), payroll, accounting and company secretarial services.
What’s the difference between audit and assurance?
A business or stakeholder may identify a particular need to gain assurance in a specific area of the company’s accounting function or financial statements. We work together with our clients to agree on a specific scope of work, the procedures to be carried out and a limited assurance report is issued to the company once we have completed our work.
An assurance review provides less assurance than an audit but more than a standard accountants’ report. Examples of the type of assurance work which a company may wish to be carried out are a review of the effectiveness of the company’s internal controls and IT systems, due diligence reporting and a review of grant claims.
Audit & assurance FAQs
Meet our audit and assurance experts
Rayner Essex a leading UK Accounting and Advisory firm has appointed Lucy Ghawss as Partner, Head of Audit. Lucy joined
What are annual financial reviews and statutory audits? Many companies choose to use the services of a third party firm