Andrew Wilson
Managing Partner

t: +44 (0)191 243 6008
e: andrewwilson@unw.co.uk
David Redhead
Audit & Assurance Partner

t: +44 (0)191 243 6003
e: davidredhead@unw.co.uk
MEET THE TEAM

Audits

As part of one of the largest departments in the North East, UNW’s audit team boasts a perfect balance between experienced management and driven, ambitious graduates.

Despite not always being required by law, businesses are always keen to have an audit, due to the numerous benefits of having one in place. We deliver many different types, including statutory, non-statutory, grant and internal. Risk based, robustly objective and highly constructive, our service helps clients improve performance and hit targets.

UNW are proud to act for a wide range of clients from differing sector and business backgrounds. Our cost effective and tailored services have greatly benefitted the non-profit sector. We also provide forward planning, easing the transition for first-time businesses towards a statutory audit.

Click here for more information regarding our compliance and reporting services

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