INTERNAL AUDIT
OUTSOURCING/CO-SOURCING

“Sarbey, Lexow & Kaufman's experience has been invaluable to us; enabling us to develop an internal audit oversight function that allows us to monitor internal controls at our hotels.”

- Omar Palocios, Former Executive VP & CFO, Playa Hotel & Resorts

INTERNAL AUDIT OUTSOURCING/CO-SOURCING

"At Sarbey, Lexow & Kaufman we pride ourselves on giving the kind of attentive client service that only a smaller local firm can deliver and couple that with a team of experienced service professionals with the technical skills and expertise of a large, national firm."

- Scott Sarbey, Managing Partner

INCOME TAX RETURN PREPARATION

SLK Services

Outsourcing and co-sourcing arrangements means you have access to SLK’s seasoned experienced audit professionals and resources without the expense and effort of hiring, training and managing an in-house team.

Full Outsourcing – A full scope, risk-focused internal audit plan outsourced to SLK.  We provide a designated in-house contact who reports to your Audit Committee or Board of Directors and acts as the liaison with SLK.

Co-Sourcing – Adopts a similar overall approach as the full outsourcing model, but the execution of the audit plan is shared between SLK and members of your business. Typically, the SLK team manages the specialized and technical areas such as computer security auditing, special investigations, and financial or operational auditing.

  • Assessment of an established BCM program to validate alignment with industry best practice and identify areas for improvement
  • Establishing a new BCM program or recasting an existing program

SLK Auditors

SLK auditing professionals are experienced in gold-standard methodology and armed with latest technology to perform successful audits.  They are knowledgeable in current regulations and requirements to keep you in compliance.  And they are experienced in various business fields so they understand best practices and can effectively communicate their findings and recommendations – both verbally and in reports – to your audit committee, board of directors, or with management.