Audit & Assurance

In an ever-changing financial landscape, organisations face more challenges than ever before. UNW’s partner-led audit and assurance service provides consistently high quality and trusted support that enables our clients to improve performance and achieve their goals.

Our client portfolio is varied and ever-expanding, including entrepreneurial and private equity backed companies as well as national and international groups. We also provide cost effective, tailored services to charitable organisations, not-for-profit entities, academies and housing associations.

UNW’s audit and assurance team includes home-grown talented graduates right through to managers and partners with vast ‘big 4’ and industry experience. Offering statutory, non-statutory, internal and grant audit services, as well as tailored and informative financial reports, our proactive approach ensures that potential issues and risks are identified quickly enabling them to be dealt with decisively. We take a collaborative approach with our client base to ensure that deadlines and expectations are met.

MEET THE TEAM

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