WE CLOSELY ALIGN OUR APPROACH WITH YOUR KEY BUSINESS RISKS AND CORPORATE GOVERNANCE REQUIREMENTS.

Moore Markhams Christchurch Audit is an independently owned firm in the Moore Global chartered accountancy and business advisory network. We are a specialist audit and assurance practice providing services to the Canterbury region and beyond.

Our clients comprise a large spectrum of industries and consist of both commercial and not-for-profit organisations.

Led by Craig Hemphill, our assurance assignments are focused to ensure your systems, compliance and control processes provide the confidence and leadership to all stakeholders, guaranteeing peace of mind.

Through our exceptional internal and external audit services we’ll provide you with an independent and commercially-sound overview of the adequacy and effectiveness of your reporting and management frameworks and corporate governance processes.

How we can help you

At Moore Markhams Christchurch Audit we tailor our approach to the nature of your organisation, drawing on our extensive industry experience to ensure accuracy and timeliness, conducting regular reviews of our audit processes and committing ourselves to the highest standards of technical excellence, professional integrity, and objectivity.

Through the added strength of our international network and Moore Global clarity methodology, we are confident in providing best practice service and outcome.

We provide value-added advice to assist and ensure the success of your business or organisation.

Our services include:

  • advice on the application of accounting policies and accounting and auditing standards

  • compliance auditing

  • external audit

  • financial due diligence reviews

  • financial reporting

  • forensic accounting and independent expert reports

  • internal audit advisory and outsourcing.

 
We’re serious about helping you thrive in a changing world 

Moore Markhams Christchurch Audit is a partnership of A Mehta, SMW Bassett, C P Hemphill, J W Teague, K M Bhikha, J M Gilmour, M W Wilson, J M Olson and J J Roberts.