Director’s Report & Accounts
Each jurisdiction has its own accounting and reporting requirements regarding the producing, keeping and filing of company financial documents. The accounting information required is again specific to each country but may include a director’s report explaining the company’s position, auditors report and an annual financial statement comprising of a balance sheet, profit and loss statement, income statement and explanatory notes.
The accounting records must provide a fair and accurate view of the company and its financial position explaining every transaction it makes. When a company has filed accounts with the Registrar of Companies we are then able to use our experience and relationship with the Registrar to obtain a copy of these financial documents.