The company was started in 2012 by Angela Valentine who formed her own accounting firm with a single principle in mind: to provide the highest level of personalized client service possible. She traded as a sole proprietor up to July 2017 when it was officially registered as a Proprietary Limited Company and is still owner managed.The field of finance is broad and dynamic. It directly affects the life of every person and of every organization, but you needn’t struggle on your own. Services include but are not limited to individuals and small business tax, the rendering of accounting business management services, bookkeeping, financial statement review and analysis, cash flow management and projection, general business consulting and business formation plans.
The need for ethics in business remains as important as ever. Business ethics are the standards of conduct or moral judgment that apply to persons engaged in commerce. Violations of these standards in finance involve a variety of actions: “creative accounting,” earnings management, misleading financial forecasts, insider trading, fraud, excessive executive compensation, options backdating, bribery and kickbacks. The principle of integrity imposes an obligation on all professional accountants to be straightforward and honest in all professional and business relationships. Integrity also implies fair dealing and truthfulness.
We subscribe to the code of ethics for professional accountants as set out by the International Ethics Standards Board for Accountants.
Under this code a professional accountant shall not knowingly be associated with reports, returns, communications or other information where the professional accountant believes that the information:
a. Contains a materially false or misleading statement;
b. Contains statements or information furnished recklessly; or
c. Omits or obscures information required to be included where such omission or obscurity would be misleading.
When a professional accountant becomes aware that the accountant has been associated with such information, the accountant shall take steps to be disassociated from that information.