Management Boards, Customers, Suppliers and Public Administrations demand more information from companies regarding non-financial issues, as well as a higher degree of reliability on this information. Assurance services allow organizations to mitigate risks and strengthen the confidence of their various stakeholders through the issuance of opinion or conclusion reports by an independent third party.
The International Auditing Standards, specifically the application of the ISAE standards, allow us to carry out verification work on Non-Financial or Sustainability Reporting, Internal Control Systems, Risk Control, Processes, Operations and other relevant information that allows us to improve decision-making processes both internally and by other stakeholders in the organisation.
Nowadays, many companies outsource processes such as hiring, payroll, invoicing, collections and debts, attention and claims to service companies.
This standard allows issuing a verification report, which will be used by the service user entities and their auditors, regarding the controls, security and confidentiality of the information in the organizations that provide a service and which will probably be relevant for their internal control as it is related to financial reporting.
- ISAE 3410: Greenhouse Gas Verification Reports
Adressed to greenhouse gas emission inventories, our verification service complies with the high quality and consistency standards established by ISAE 3410. Verification using ISAE 3410 allows different organizations to comply with possible government requirements, with requirements for participation in GHG emissions trading systems or simply with their own communication agenda to their stakeholders.
- ISAE 3400: Verification Reports of Non-Financial Forecast Information
It aims to establish rules and provide guidance for assignments to examine and report on prospective financial reporting, including procedures to examine the assumptions used in cases of complex estimates or the use of scenarios to explain the evolution of economic variables.
The term “prospective financial reporting” means that the financial information is based on assumptions about events that may occur in the future and possible actions by the entity.