William Buck has relaunched its financial reporting accounting and advisory service in a bid to help businesses deal with regulatory changes, tax breaks and widespread restructuring resulting from the COVID-19 pandemic.
Audit and assurance director Alan Finnis, who leads the division, said the relaunch was crucial ahead of the beginning of the reporting season and in light of the uncertainty created by COVID-19.
“We remove uncertainty and ensure compliance,” Mr Finnis said.
“Ineffective financial reporting can be costly and have serious impacts on an organisation’s management and productivity.”
Mr Finnis said the division would assist chief financial officers and financial controllers to listed public, unlisted public and private companies on the proper implementation of Australian accounting standards and the Australian equivalent to the International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS).
The firm will also assist with impairment testing, business combinations, share-based payments and the preparation of general-purpose financial reports for public interest entities.