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FRS 102 - What do I need to do and when?

FRS 102 - What do I need to do and when?

FRS 102 is looming on the horizon. Adopting Baker Tilly’s ‘Hop, Skip, Jump’ approach will give you time to prepare and time to think. Click here to find out more

Audit and assurance

A passion for audit is at the heart of the Baker Tilly business. Our audit staff are enthused about auditing and our clients enjoy our approach.

Committed to quality and value
Producing quality audits is of paramount importance to the firm. Key to our approach are understanding clients’ businesses, having rigorous internal quality assurance procedures and ensuring the firm has outstanding technical knowledge. An audit should be worth the money a client pays for it and our approach is aimed at delivering this promise.

Committed to clients
Whilst many firms are understandably worried about what changes regulators will make to audit firms, our stance has always been to ensure that regulation does not adversely affect our clients. We are committed to talking to our clients about what they think and surveying the business community at large.

"I would challenge anyone to find someone who fits the ‘auditor’ stereotype at Baker Tilly. I love my job primarily as no two days are the same. I get to work with interesting businesses and meet new people almost every day.”
Kerry Norman, Audit Director, Baker Tilly UK Audit LLP

Our services

Statutory audit Internal audit
We believe an audit should be of the highest quality, delivered by people who are passionate about auditing and, above all be valuable to clients. Our expert auditors take a risk-based approach, identifying the areas that are of most risk to an organisation's operational effectiveness.
Changes to Audit - Worthwhile or Worthless?
Read Baker Tilly’s Audit survey results and find out.

Audit and Financial Reporting Legislation
Baker Tilly is committed to contributing and responding to key consultations to ensure our clients are not adversely affected by proposed legislation.

Changes in UK Reporting webinar

How does the new UK GAAP impact US groups with UK companies?

Danielle Stewart and Paul Merris host a webinar to explain.