Our Audit Services in Tanzania are risk-based focusing on clients’ business risks. This is an appreciation that when risks are properly managed, companies/entities can concentrate on achieving their strategic objectives. We also provide audit and assurance services in Tanzania to donors and the Government. We place our audit delivery proposition on value addition over and above our clients’ expectations.
Services falling under Audit Services in Tanzania include:-
- Financial statements audits
- Internal audit services
- Project/donor funded audits
- Government audits
- Projects development, Monitoring and Impact Assessment
- Procurement and Value for money audits
- Forensic audit services; and Audit review
A large number of our people are Chartered Accountants (ACCAs). Certified Public Accountants (CPAs). Certified Systems Auditors. They are highly trained and have an in-depth knowledge of the local environment. This is also complemented by considerable International knowledge and exposure.
As auditors in Tanzania, our current and potential clients are large and medium-sized entities in the private and public sector. They include construction companies, financial institutions; Non-Governmental Organisations (NGOs); companies in the mining industry; Government Agencies and Boards and the Tanzanian Government.
Our offices in Dar es Salaam and Arusha have the expertise and resources to adequately provide Audit Services in Tanzania.
Auditax International is also registered with the National Board of Accountants and Auditors (NBAA) in Tanzania.
Auditax International is also registered by the Bank of Tanzania to Audit Banks and Financial Institutions. The auditing firm in Tanzania also undertakes assignments of public sector audits in collaboration with the Controller and Auditor General (CAG).
As an auditing firm in Tanzania, Auditax International has designed its own risk-based robust methodology. We start by understanding the client’s project/operations. This is to ensure that we deliver a quality audit. The understanding helps us to assess the audit risk. Audit risk is central to our audit approach. We then assess Management Controls to mitigate available risks. We identify, evaluate and validate controls over the operational and reporting risks. The controls are those that may have an impact on the credibility of the financial statements. We then develop an audit strategy and plan. We conclude the audit by report writing and presentation.