All companies seeking to list on a public market require an independent assessment of their financial position by a Reporting Accountant.
If you are looking to list on a Capital Market, you will need to appoint a Reporting Accountant to make an independent assessment of the financial position of the company.
We have built a depth of experience having acted as Reporting Accountant for the flotation of a variety of companies. We have the knowledge and expertise to guide you through the listing process.
The role of the Reporting Accountant is to perform financial due diligence and to make ‘public’ opinions relating to their work as required by the reporting requirements of each market. These documents will be relied upon by the Nomad and any potential investors.
Documents which may be required include:
- Accountants report
- Long or short form report
- Working capital review
- IFRS transition
- Financial Position and Prospects (FPP) procedures
- Proforma financial information
- Consent and comfort letters
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