The audit profession is subject to strict oversight, which has been continuously reinforced over the last few years to preserve financial security and improve the quality of financial reporting.
We understand that the most important decisions are the ones that our clients have yet to make. Our clients require the satisfaction of a robust challenge, at the right time, properly planned and executed with the highest level of quality in work supporting our audit opinion, and also expect the audit to add increasing value to their business. As such, we believe the statutory audit should be viewed as an opportunity, not an overhead.
Whether you report under the UK Generally Accepted Accounting Practice (UK GAAP) or International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS), our assurance service is more than a formality - it’s a necessity to protect your business. Our audit approach, methodology, and supporting technologies are considered benchmarks within our profession. In addition, our talent strategy sets high standards of behaviour and gears people toward delivering quality results.
Early warnings, open communication, and pragmatic resolution of issues are the essential features of our approach. We take the time to gain a thorough understanding of your business to enable a smooth and efficient audit. Our audit is a risk-focused service integrating rigorous risk assessments with diagnostic processes and audit testing procedures tailored to your specific industry and circumstances. Our risk-based, quality-led approach means we provide an intelligent, constructive and challenging audit.
Get in touch to discuss how we can turn your statutory audit into an opportunity for growth.
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James in an audit manager with a number of years of experience since qualifying in 2014.
James has built up experience covering a range of audit and accounts clients across the region, working with partners and managers in numerous offices. James is the CaseWare (Accounts software) Champion for the Peterborough office and an avid user of Excel.
James works on audit assignments across many sectors including, manufacturing, service charges and leisure vehicles. James overseas the accounts production of almost 30 academies across the central region.Get in touch with James Lannigan
Steve's background is in both industry and accountancy - he returned to the profession because it offered him more variety. When appointed in 1989, he was one of the firm's youngest ever Partners.
He specialises in advising owners and senior executives on strategic matters, corporate structures and tax planning. Steve believes that it is people who matter the most, both the people we employ and develop as well as our clients who we build long term business relationships with. He enjoys building and leading teams where client service is at the heart of everything we do.
Steve's specialisms include activity for professional practices and he is a member of the firm's Board with specific responsibilities for finance.
His hobbies include cycling and football.Get in touch with Steve Moore
Mel qualified in February 2009 and joined the firm the same year. She is an experienced audit manager working throughout the Kent region, with a wide range of clients over various sectors including not for profit and owner managed companies.
Her role involves working closely with the dedicated client partner and team to provide an audit with the highest levels of assurance and minimum disruption possible.
Mel’s approach to work is to deliver a well-planned and efficient audit and encourage the development of a supportive and communicative relationship to her clients so that they feel comfortable to make contact with any queries during the course of the year not just at the audit.Get in touch with Mel Lake
Glenn is a manager in our London office who joined MHA MacIntyre Hudson in 2011 as a graduate trainee within our audit and assurance department. Glenn qualified as a chartered accountant in 2014 and has experience in a varied and diverse range of sectors, including construction and real estate, manufacturing, technology, and education.
Glenn is able to use his hands on experience to provide advice and support to our clients and audit teams.Get in touch with Glenn Jobling
The teamwork and support from the MHA team really made the difference to a complex deal. Anthony Pile - Blue Skies
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The relationship with MHA MacIntyre Hudson has always been a solid one. The team are able to respond quickly to problems and achieving timescales. Their international network, Baker Tilly International, gives them breadth and the ability to cover overseas issues. - PRISYM ID