Internal control is defined as a process effected by a corporation’s structure, work and authority flows, people and management information systems, designed to help the corporation accomplish specific goals or objectives.
Corporations put in place internal controls to guard the integrity of its financial and accounting information, build up operational efficiency, safeguard assets and avoid fraud and error.
Our professional team is experienced and dedicated. We assess our clients’ risks based on understanding of their background, business and the environment in which they operate. Our broad industry knowledge enables us to adequately master our clients’ issues and needs. We are client-focused and charged with the objective of delivering informed and timely advices to our clients.
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