Go beyond the traditional audit.
An audit is more than a requirement or a report of your company’s financial position. With the right audit partner, it can be an invaluable opportunity for evaluation and improvement.
Accuity’s audit professionals provide meaningful analysis and recommendations that enable businesses to respond quicker, more effectively, and ultimately, more profitably. With one of the largest and most experienced audit teams in Hawaii, we serve government agencies and large corporations with complex audit requirements.
Our risk-based methodology is designed to uncover vulnerabilities and offer a comprehensive view of your operations. We identify business risks, review internal processes and evaluate key controls to ensure they are operating effectively.
If your industry has specific requirements, we tailor our approach to meet your needs. Our experienced and multidisciplinary team is well versed in the intricacies and requirements of specific industries and functional areas, including education, not-for-profit, healthcare, family-owned businesses, retail, real estate, insurance, hospitality, government and technology.
Accuity by the numbers
Audit and assurance professionals
Successful inspections by various regulators
Full range of services provided to 10 of the top 25 companies per Hawaii Business 2020 rankings
Internal Audit Outsourcing
Accuity LLP is the only Hawaii-based public accounting firm registered with the Public Company Accounting Oversight Board (PCAOB) and actively performing external audits of public companies.
We provide a range of services to help you comply with the requirements of Section 404 of the Sarbanes-Oxley Act. Our services include project management assistance, technical support, risk assessment and scoping strategies, documentation and evaluation, training, and quality assurance. For non-audit clients, we can also provide direct assistance in the evaluation of controls and issue remediation.
Service Organization Control (SOC) Examinations
SOC 1 examination
For an organization that delivers managed services, application services or other types of third-party services, a SOC 1 engagement serves as an examination of internal control procedures that are relevant to the service organization’s financial reporting process.
SOC 2 examination
For an organization that stores, processes or transmits any type of sensitive client information, a SOC 2 engagement serves as an examination performed within the context of the trust service principles as defined by the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants, of the service organization’s internal control procedures over operational and compliance processes.
Meet the team
We bring accountability, accuracy and integrity to every audit engagement.