Reliable accounting services
that scale with your needs.
Tailor our services to fit your needs—monthly, quarterly, or yearly. Pay for the service that best suits your business.
Our accountants will always update you on any upcoming due dates, eliminating any worry about missing a deadline.
Gain continuous access to your financial data and reports, empowering you with real-time financial insights and support.
Depending on your company size, you may also need some of our additional one-off or ongoing accounting services:
- Preparation of business plans
- Financial modelling and forecasting
- Debt analysis and recovery services
- Audit of documentary credit transactions
- Trading and letter of credit services
Your strategic partner for efficient and expert accounting solutions.
On-time and error-free
Let our specialised team of certified accountants manage your accounts. We ensure that our work is delivered on time and without costly mistakes.
We have a clear understanding of the local laws and regulations and can confidently guide you through setting up the right accounting structure and maintenance for your business.
Our active presence in many global offshore jurisdictions and onshore markets in Asia-Pacific can help your business expand to other important regional markets.
Common questions & answers.
Yes, all companies must prepare their accounts to reflect the correct financial position of the company. They are obligated to prepare these for every financial record the company makes.
In most cases, offshore companies are expected to prepare their accounts in accordance with the International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS). However, some offshore jurisdictions allow companies to use alternative standards, such as those in the United States, like the U.S. Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (US GAAP).
Auditing accounts is often mandated in many offshore jurisdictions, ensuring an additional layer of financial scrutiny. However, the specific requirements vary, and some offshore jurisdictions may not impose mandatory auditing of accounts.
Upon incorporation in most offshore jurisdictions, companies have the flexibility to choose a financial year end. Following this election, companies typically have a maximum of 18 months from the incorporation date to finalise their accounts, provided that this period does not extend beyond two calendar years. This flexibility allows businesses to align their accounting practices with their specific operational needs in the offshore environment.