The auditing department is the core of our activities, made up of a staff of expert accountants and economists who submit reviews on financial reports. Preparation of reports includes going into the smallest details and doing thorough investigation in order to reflect the financial state of the entity being checked.
External auditing – periodic service of quarterly and annual financial reports for companies, associations and non-profits from all economic sectors in Israel and abroad.
Internal auditing – examining the conduct of financial processes at businesses and organizations, in order to define procedures for improving efficiency at the entity being checked. This activity defines exposure to various risks and ways of avoiding them by implementing recommended work procedures.
Forensic auditing – using special tools to expose embezzlement, fraud, and forgery at organizations and companies. This activity includes fraud investigation, assessing the amount of damages, and identifying hidden assets and false registrations in the documents of corporations, associations, non-profits and individuals.
Forensic auditing addresses the following issues:
- Checking the propriety of the organization’s activities and office holders with respect to the law, rules of proper administration, integrity and thrift.
- Fraud, scams and embezzlement of the organization’s funds and/or assets by internal and external figures.
- Activities and connections with insiders with an interest in or connection to wages.
- Management of funds, monitoring and supervision of the organization’s funds and financial assets.