Independent Examinations for Charities and Not-for-Profit Organisations

To maintain public confidence in the work carried out by charities, Charity Law will require most charities that fall under the audit threshold to have an external scrutiny of their accounts. Provided a charity is not required by the Charities Act 2009 or its governing document to have an audit, trustees may choose a simpler and less expensive form of external scrutiny called an independent examination.

Our not-for-profit sector experience gives us a depth of knowledge in undertaking such independent examinations. We provide a detailed examination with a comprehensive review of the results for the year and give recommendations to organisations on any weaknesses identified on our reviews.


Neil Davitt


Sharon Gallen


Brian Geraghty


George Kennington


Chris Magill


Roseanna O’Hanlon

PartnerAudit and Assurance

Gerard O’Reilly

PartnerCorporate Finance