Hedgebook Audit is designed to value financial derivatives during audit. Fast, intuitive and most importantly, independent, Hedgebook Audit puts powerful valuation and reporting tools directly in the hands of audit teams, ensuring fair values are calculated quickly and recorded accurately.
Simplify compliance with IFRS and US GAAP, generating valuations at the press of a button.
In the office or on site, functionality is always available as and when needed.
Daily feeds from reputable data sources are used to calculate fair value individually or as an entire portfolio.
The user-interface ensures minimal training is required and information is accessed quickly.
Fast access to reports to record both valuations and their underlying data.
Hedgebook Audit is simple, easy to use and a cost-effective way of valuing derivatives that can be a complex and costly area of the audit. The team at Hedgebook are easy to deal with and are always on hand to offer support when required.
Hedgebook Audit has been an excellent addition to our Audit Team’s toolset. It has helped us add further rigour to our processes and deliver peace of mind to our clients.
Baker Tilly International is delighted to sign a global agreement with Hedgebook Audit. We believe that our member firms around the world will be able to improve their audit quality with the use of this tool.
The member firms of Crowe Global are finding Hedgebook to be very effective. Hedgebook is an application that enhances audit quality and generates reports that provide value to our clients.
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