For SMEs/SMIs, certification of accounts constitutes a real stamp of trust, which can attract investors. Auditing of accounts is also indispensible for providing business partners with the necessary assurance for granting credit.
Tuillet Audit sees its role from a long-term perspective, with the aim of contributing to companies’ business continuity and sustainable growth. We initiate regular dialogue with management of SMEs and SMIs and their governing bodies (boards of directors, executive boards, etc.), in order to keep ourselves informed of business forecasts and the state of financing and cash flows.
Foreseeing SMEs’ and SMIs’ difficulties and their consequences
If we detect a risk that business continuity may be jeopardised, for example by a major dysfunction in an internal procedure, we immediately alert management so that it can take appropriate measures to reorganise the company and keep it in business.
The advantage of being close at hand
We make good use of the duration of our six-year mandate to acquire in-depth knowledge of our clients’ businesses and the economic conditions in which they operate. Being close to our clients in this way enables us to make recommendations on internal control and risk management. It is also a trump card in the context of issues concerning changes in ownership, since we can provide a reliable view of business prospects. This knowledge enables us to pinpoint risks and anticipate how to control them for potential acquirers or investors.
A specific methodology
We have tools that facilitate the implementation of recommendations and generally guide our activity. These tools have been structured so as to enhance the value added by our assignments as ‘special partner’ to SMEs and SMIs.