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Advisory Services

HLABANO ACCOUNTING SERVICES's Advisory unit works with organisations and other relevant stakeholders to help them better understand their risk exposures and develop robust control systems and measures. Our experienced risk and compliance professionals offer timely and practical advice. Our services include:

  • Accounting Advisory Services – will assist with becoming compliant with the International Financial Reporting Standards, and will advise your business about all technical accounting and reporting requirements
  • Financial Risk Management – to assist you in defining, support and implementing risk strategies, actuarial and risk analytics as well as assisting you to comply with all necessary regulatory and compliance legislation and regulations
  • Forensic – who will assist clients to prevent, detect and respond to fraud, misconduct and non-compliance with expectations, and provide assistance in resolving disputes
  • IT Advisory – which focuses on the risks specifically pertaining to the technology systems used to support clients’ business objectives through providing advice and solutions that assist in releasing value from information technology.

ENTREPRENEURIAL

The emergence of the new enterprises within the country is in support of government and corporate initiatives driving towards wealth creation. The fundamentals documented by the dti, the Small Enterprise Development Agency (Seda), resonate with our mission of generating stakeholder wealth.

An entrepreneur is defined as an innovator, visionary and risk-taking. The professional team of this specialised unit provides a consultative role to individuals looking to start a new business venture.

  Please contact one of our team members if you would like to discuss advisory services further and see how we can inspire brilliance in your Organisation.  
 
 
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