To ensure relevance, quality and effectiveness in our assignments, we have identified and embraced seven basic principles to support our delivery approach. The principles are as follows:
2. Proper planning
4. Professional integrity
Basic Principles Explained
We are fully independent from management and avoid conflict of interest
2. PROPER PLANNING
We clarify the scope and outputs before commencement of the assignment and put in place clear
We ensure transparency through involvement of key stakeholders in the audit exercise and ensure findings and recommendations are also discussed with key stakeholders.
4. PROFESSIONAL INTEGRITY
Our evaluation never reflects personal interests and will respect the institution under review. We maintain confidentiality and professional ethics throughout our assignments.
We are impartial throughout the assignment through objective design of the methodology and plan, valid measurement and analysis and use of appropriate benchmarks.
We produce quality work through putting in place a practical approach modeled around best practice, collecting accurate and reliable information and use of qualified and experienced consultants.
We respect the confidentiality of information acquired as a result of professional and business relationships and therefore, not disclose any such information to third parties without proper and specific authority, unless there is allegory professional right or duty to disclose, nor use the information for the personal advantage of the professional accountant or third parties.