Auditing & Assurance

Business owners and other professionals whose livelihoods directly or indirectly depend on the accumulation and analysis of financial data, such as investors, are inevitably going to need high-quality Audit Services in UAE. Not only is this necessary for your business or initiative to be complaint with local and international financial regulations, but also for you to be able to make certain Key representations pertaining to the financial health of your company.

Consider for instance a business looking to carry out a second round of seed funding, or seeking investors. This requires for the company in question to be able to present accurate financial records and use these to convince external stakeholders to trust the company with their capital. This is where the function of assurance provided by auditors comes in handy. Our team of UAE auditors initiates assurance projects having first gained an in-depth sense of the nature of the business concerned, and its priorities.

Assurance Services by Auditors in UAE

Assurance services basically provide for a mechanism whereby a company is able to show through its financial records that it is in a good financial position generally. Additionally, for government and regulation purposes, this could mean making a showing of a certain level of liquidity and bankruptcy protection, or in the case of seeking external investment, a stable set of business strategies and potential for growth. Our staff comprises highly qualified Auditors in UAE who can simplify this otherwise nerve-wracking set of events for you.

Range of UAE Audit Services

Our wide range of UAE audit services take the varying needs of businesses located in the Emirates, thereby providing efficient and swift services at market-competitive rates. Here’s a brief rundown of what our assurance segment can offer:

  • Quality Control with a view to critically analyze segments for greater transparency and consistency
  • The effective use of data analytics to streamline auditing processes and maximize the use of technology for efficiency and quality purposes
  • Take into account developments in the integrated reporting segment and external reporting procedures to prepare a strategy pertaining to how assurance mechanisms can be improved, and a timeline for this.
  • The use of agreed upon procedures an auditor is charged with, following the agreement of the concerned entity and the relevant third parties. This is usually followed by the auditor’s report being used as a basis on which to draw independent conclusions by other parties.


Al-Falah Accounting and Bookkeeping
Office No. 424,
City Bay Business Building,
Near Abu Hail Metro Station,
Al Ittihad Road, P.O.Box 40419,
Dubai, United Arab Emirates.



+971 4 589 4944


+971 56 123 0464

Al-Falah Accounting and Bookkeeping