The Managing Partner (MP) is responsible for the overall strategic direction of the firm and the responsibility for achieving firm’s goals and growth plans in 10 Practice Areas. The MP has the ultimate responsibility for employee and client satisfaction for the firm. Conduct firm’s strategic planning process to refine the firm’s mission, vision and values and assess its current state at least once per year. MP finalizes objectives for the firm and ensures that they are met each year. MP acts as the “spiritual and values leader” for the firm. As the primary partner interface, MP holds partners responsible for their specific goals, responsibilities and behavior.
MP handles escalated client concerns as warranted. MP ensures the firm is protected against risk including managing the firm’s professional liability insurance and legal interface and the firm’s continued membership in quality management groups such as the Center for Audit Quality and the Governmental Audit Quality Center. MP further ensures the firm’s continued membership in the National Peer Review Committee and completion of the annual Peer Review of the firm.
The Senior Partner maintains contact with the firm’s clients including consultation over important issues. The Senior Partner coordinates the work of the Partners, responsible for developing overall policies, and engagement methodologies. The engagement Senior Partner performs a final technical review of all working papers and audit reports prior to issue. The Partner possesses more than 30 years of technical and management experience and holds a degree in accounting. He is a Certified Professional Accountant and a Certified Management Accountant.
Each Practice area is headed by a Partner. Partners coordinate the work of the managers in the Ten Practice areas and liaise directly with the clients during the entire engagement. The Partners are responsible for the final reports to our clients. Partners have at least 10 years of auditing experience and each is a qualified accountant (CPA, CA, or ACCA) and holds a Masters Degree.
The managers are responsible for completing engagements. The managers review working papers, financial statements and reports. Additionally, the managers direct the senior and staff auditors, reviews and approve work place programs and ensure that assignments are carried out on a timely basis. The audit managers follow the progress of the engagements and resolve issues. All our managers have more than 5 years experience in their respective practice. Each also holds a minimum of a bachelors degree and a professional certification.
The senior auditor has at least three years of auditing experience, holds a Bachelors and a professional certification. The senior auditor performs most examinations with a minimum level of supervision. The senior auditor directs the work of staff auditors, instructing them in the work they performed, reviewing completed working papers and directing revisions. The senior auditor is also responsible for developing the audit report and ensuring that work is completed consistent with applicable standards.
The associate auditor performs specific audit procedures under the direction of the senior auditor. Each associate auditor holds a bachelors and a minimum one year of experience. The staff auditor performs testing and other auditing review procedures. Additionally, the staff auditor prepares working papers that adequately document procedures performed and substantiate conclusions reached. The associate auditor also assists in the preparation of audit reports.