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Look to our credit union auditors to help you balance risks, enhance financial reporting and optimize operational controls in your next audit.
Every credit union needs an audit or agreed-upon procedures to satisfy regulatory requirements, but done right an engagement such as this should deliver much more value than simply checking off the requirement box. Designated as a top credit union auditing firm by Callahan & Associates, our Financial Institutions Group, comprised of 85 credit union auditors, looks beyond just testing controls and confirming the numbers to deliver valuable insight to your credit union for the benefit of its members.
Working with over 350 credit unions, from the most simple to the most complex, our highly specialized team of dedicated credit union auditors help credit unions overcome risks and best position them for the future by exercising audit best practices during our engagements. We will bring to your credit union audit engagement a cross-function team of credit union auditors, lending specialists and information technology auditors to provide insight on how these facets of your organization are affecting its risk profile and overall financial health.
Using a risk-based approach methodology, our credit union audit services encompass analysis, fraud detection, capacity for growth and improved testing. This results in assurance that helps reduce costs by maximizing efficiencies, minimizing disruptions and mitigating risks, all while enhancing accountability.
Each of our credit union auditing services are completed in accordance with NCUA’s Rules and Regulations of federally-insured and state-charted credit unions, all applicable state requirements and generally accepted auditing standards (GAAS). Additionally, testing of information technology controls will comply with AICPA professional standards, the Federal Financial Institutions Examination Council (FFIEC) and Information System Examination Guidelines.
Taking it one step further, Doeren Mayhew uses a multi-step quality control process, to ensure reports and disclosures comply with professional standards to deliver integrity, objectivity and independence on each engagement. Under our policy, all workpapers and reports undergo a shareholder-level review by an auditor not associated with the specific engagement.
Interested in getting much more out of your next audit? Contact Doeren Mayhew’s credit union auditors today.
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