Financial and Accounting Audits in Brazil

Which companies must adopt accounting audit services?

The following companies must submit their financial statements for review of independent auditors:

  • Sociedades Anônimas (SAs)
  • Large corporations, with revenues exceeding BRL 300 million, or total assets exceeding BRL 240 million comprising both SAs and Ltdas.
  • Financial Institutions (banks, brokers etc.)
  • Insurance companies
  • Pension funds
  • Public or Private foundations considered public interest
  • Companies subject to national regulatory agencies, such as ANEEL (Brazilian Electricity Regulatory Agency), ANATEL (Brazilian Agency of Telecommunications), ANAC (National Civil Aviation Agency), among many others
  • Philanthropic entities raising more than BRL 2.4 million per year

The rules guiding the accounting audit services in Brazil are known by the acronyms « NBC Ts» (numbers 3, 4, 6, 8, 10, 11 and 12) and NBC Ps (numbers 1, 2 and 3). The Brazilian regulatory accounting agencies, the CFC (Brazilian Federal Accounting Council) along with its state bodies, and IBRACON (Brazilian Institute of Independent Auditors) developed these guidelines.

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Regulatory or internal audit to verify the Balance Sheet and the Profit and Loss statements.

Due diligence

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Review and improve strategic and key topics such as Corporate Governance.

Agreements audit

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