YOUR TRUSTED AUDITORS

In Perth, Port Hedland, Karratha & Western Australia

At Armada Audit & Assurance, we offer comprehensive auditing services to businesses across Western Australia, including Perth, the Pilbara (including Karratha and Port Hedland) and Christmas Island. Our experienced auditors are dedicated to delivering high-quality, value-added audit services that cater to the specific needs of out clients. 

Our Audit & Assurance team adopts an approach based on proven methodology, prioritising professional integrity, independence and ethical behaviour. We aim to complete our work on time and within budget without any surprises upon completion. 

We identify and focus on key areas of business risk, collaborating with Audit Committees to address governance, auditing, accounting and financial reporting issues.

OUR AUDITING SERVICES
What we aim to deliver
  • An efficient Audit
  • The ability to control efficiencies
  • A process aligned with the business risks
  • Compliance with external reporting requirements

We understand that audits can be a long, drawn-out process and we aim to complete our audits as soon as possible. We understand how important deadlines are to organisations and pride ourselves on consistently meeting deadlines and client expectations.

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OUR AUDITING SERVICES
What we aim to deliver
  • An efficient Audit
  • The ability to control efficiencies
  • A process aligned with the business risks
  • Compliance with external reporting requirements

We understand that audits can be a long, drawn-out process and we aim to complete our audits as soon as possible. We understand how important deadlines are to organisations and pride ourselves on consistently meeting deadlines and client expectations.

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BETTER BUSINESS REPORTING

There is an Australia wide momentum for better business reporting. We examine current developments and benefits for business and endeavor to implement them for our clients.

FINANCIAL STATEMENT AUDIT

Providing independent auditing and assurance services that help to enhance the reliability and credibility of the financial reporting undertaken by clients. 

In the market place, credible financial statement audits reinforce investor and stakeholder confidence. Within organisations, they add to the Board and management understanding of the business and the risks it faces.

FINANCIAL STATEMENT AUDIT

We ensure compliance with Australian Charities and Not-For-Profits Commission (ACNC) requirements for Not-For-Profit Organisations, providing thorough and accurate audits.

BETTER BUSINESS REPORTING

There is an Australia wide momentum for better business reporting. We examine current developments and benefits for business and endeavor to implement them for our clients.

FINANCIAL STATEMENT AUDIT

Providing independent auditing and assurance services that help to enhance the reliability and credibility of the financial reporting undertaken by clients. 

In the market place, credible financial statement audits reinforce investor and stakeholder confidence. Within organisations, they add to the Board and management understanding of the business and the risks it faces.

FINANCIAL STATEMENT AUDIT

We ensure compliance with Australian Charities and Not-For-Profits Commission (ACNC) requirements for Not-For-Profit Organisations, providing thorough and accurate audits.

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REGULATORY AUDIT

Assisting with a range of compliance obligations by conducting independent audits and reviews of financial information and data. 

Regulatory audits include but are not limited to: 

  • Australian Securities and Investment Commission (ASIC) assurance engagements in respect of the adequancy of compliance plans for registered managed investment schemes. 
  • Provision of assurance in respect of the Australian Financial Services Legislation audit requirements, as well as supporting companies to comply with the specific financial requirements relating to their license.
  • Superannuation trustees and administrators rely on regulatory compliance audits and reviews to satisfy their complex compliance obligations required by APRA’s prudential requirements and ASIC (by way of the Superannuation Industry (Supervision Act).
COMMONLY ASKED QUESTIONS

An audit service provides an independent and objective evaluation of your organisation’s financial statements, internal controls and overall business operations. The objective of the audit is to issue an opinion on the accuracy and reliability of information contained in the financial statements prepared to stakeholders, promoting transparency and accountability. An audit provides reasonable assurance to the stakeholders and members (not absolute assurance) that the financial reports presented are free from material misstatement. Undertaking an independent audit at least once a year is advisable to ensure that your financial reports are presented truly and fairly in accordance with Australian Accounting Starndards. 

Yes, public companies are required to do an annual audit to ensure compliance with regulatory standards and provide transparency to shareholders and investors. Public listed Companies must also have their interim financial report reviewed by an auditor as required by the Corporations.

Audits must be performed by a registered company auditor. Registered Company auditors are approved by ASIC and have the necessary skills and expertise to perform an audit. When requesting for an auditor you must check that the person doing the audit is a registered company auditor also known as an RCA. Company’s requesting an audit should request the auditor to demonstrate how they manage and maintain audit quality on their engagements.

For public listed entities the audit partner must rotate of the engagement every 5 years. It is recommended to reassess your auditor periodically (typically every 3-5 years) to ensure the effectiveness and independence of your audit. This can help to maintain your objectives and align your audit services to your organisations evolving needs and goals. You can request another audit partner in the firm to take over the audit, to ensure and maintain audit quality and independence.

Internal audit is a key pillar of good governance. It helps an organisation accomplish its objectives by bringing a systematic, disciplined approach to evaluate and improve the effectiveness of risk management, control and governance processes.

Internal audit is a cornerstone of good corporate governance in organisations and can play an important role in improving both financial and non-financial management and accountability.

Internal audit provides risk-based review of the effectiveness of governance, risk management and control processes.