List Of Approved Audit Firms In Uganda
An approved auditor is a person approved as an auditor by the Minister of Finance. Normally the appointment of auditors is in the name of the firm. The directors of the company must ensure that the proposed auditor that they are appointing is an approved auditor.
Here are the List Of Approved Audit Firms In Uganda
KPMG. Plot 2/4A Nakasero Road, Rwenzori Courts, 3rd Floor/P.O. Box 3509, Kampala. …
Allied Certified Public Accountants. Plot79 Bukoto street Kamwokya – Lower Kololo Box 21199, Kampala.
Kiyita & Associates.
Jim Roberts & Associates.
Kisaka & Company.
Deloitie & Touche.
Garry White Knight.
Goldrock & Partners.
ACCO. Accountants, Auditors & Tax Consultants
ACE-Audit Control & Expertise (U) Ltd
Akampurira & Partyners
Arlman and Partners Certified Public Accounts
Bahemuka Johnson Nyende & Co.
BVL & Company
Byabakama Kwemda & Associates
Data Figures and Company
David Damulira and Company
Finmats & Associates
Suzuki Official – Dealerships
F. Mungereza & Co.
Francis, Mathias & Co.
Gertrude J.N Mukooli & Co.
Jasper-Semu & Associates
Joelsen & Co.
Judith Deus Consultants Company Ltd
JW and Partners
Jwis & Co.
Kademani and Company
Who is eligible to be an auditor in Uganda?
To pursue the CPA qualification, individuals must hold a university degree from a recognized university, an Accounting Technician certificate from a recognized training institution, or a Uganda Advanced Certificate of Education (UACE) with at least two principal passes plus a Uganda Certificate of Education (UCE).
What to study to become an auditor?
The career path to becoming an internal auditor follows a sequence, starting with obtaining an academic qualification – a Bachelor of Commerce and Honours in Accounting, as well as completing the Certificate: Theory of Accounting (CTA).
How many years does it take to study auditing?
To become an Auditor, you need a degree in accounting, or a degree in a related field that majors in accounting. Complete an accredited bachelor degree, such as a Bachelor of Business (Accounting) or Bachelor of Accounting. This usually takes three years of full-time study.