RSM Ireland

Audit and advisory

Our audit specialists are here to help you prepare your financial statements and support you through your annual audit services and compliance requirements. Our team of audit specialists offer a unique blend of technically minded accountants, who are also commercially aware, sympathetic communicators, and have a considerate view of your business.

Because we take the personal, hands-on approach with our audit services, we have a thorough understanding of your year-end audit processes. Not only is our team vastly experienced when it comes to providing standard audit services, we also examine the results of our audit to help offer solutions to any issues identified and look ahead to help you take your business to the next level, whatever your goals may be.

We understand that it is becoming increasingly vital to demonstrate integrity and transparency within our field, which is why RSM is actively involved in responding to any developments in financial reporting, including changes to local GAAP and International Standards.

When it comes to our tax, consulting, and audit and advisory support systems, we take a holistic approach. This traditional and personable method has led to us being recognised as one of the top 10 accountancy firms in Ireland, specialising in providing advice to mid-market businesses.

In all areas of the practice, we offer pragmatic, expert-led, personalised advice and insight as part our audit and advisory support, ensuring the growth and prosperity of your business. If you would like to find out more about our audit solutions and how we can help your organisation, contact us today.

Business & Finance article 2018

Taking a calculated risk - risk management article in Business & Finance Magazine

How to foster a risk-intelligent culture in an era of uncertainty Audit Partner, Niall May, featured in Business & Finance Magazine with an article on risk management. Niall offers insight on why it is critical that business leaders change how they manage risk and tips on building a risk-intelligent culture. 
17 December 2018

Impact of the new Companies (Amendment) Act 2017

The Companies (Accounting) Act 2017 (‘the Act’) came into force on 9 June 2017. The main purpose of the Act is to transpose the EU Accounting Directive into Irish law and also to fix a few anomalies which were identified in the application of the Companies Act 2014.
26 June 2017
Internal Audit – Just a Watchdog or a Trusted Advisor?

Internal Audit – Just a Watchdog or a Trusted Advisor?

27 October 2015

The growth role of audit commitees

The implementation of Companies Act 2014 has created an opportunity for companies to apply best practice when it comes to governance practices and procedures, written by Niall May and Michael Mulholland. click here to read the full report
18 April 2016