James Todd & Co grows statutory audit division in West Sussex

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– James Todd & Co, a West Sussex accountancy firm, has expanded its audit division to provide expert guidance for UK companies needing statutory audit support.

– Statutory audits are required by law for certain companies and organizations to provide an independent overview of their financial statements.

Chartered Accountants, James Todd & Co, has expanded its audit division to further support UK companies requiring specialist statutory audit support and guidance. Statutory audits are a legal requirement for certain companies and organizations in the UK, providing an independent overview of the accuracy of financial statements. The firm, with over 30 years of experience, offers streamlined audit services across various sectors including charities and not-for-profit organizations.

Oliver Read, Director at James Todd & Co, emphasizes the importance of effective audit processes to ensure compliance with legal and regulatory obligations. He highlights the significance of statutory, internal, and regulatory audits in providing clarity on an organization’s performance and operational effectiveness. The firm’s team of 40+ staff, including six directors, offers expertise in conducting in-depth audits and consulting with clients on audit requirements.

Overall, the expansion of James Todd & Co’s audit division aims to educate and provide support to local, national, and international businesses in meeting their statutory audit requirements and enhancing their governance and risk management practices.

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