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Headquarter Reporting

Efficiently managing what’s essential to the smooth running of your business

Whatever the size and scale of your company, accurate accounting and financial reporting are essential to support your corporate activities. These matters can be time-consuming and challenging to execute smoothly, particularly as more and more companies adopt complex business models, legal entity structures and expand their operations across borders. You need to be sure your accounts and reports are complete, correct and fully compliant with local legislation and practices.

At Daeyoung, our experiences in corporate accounting and financial reporting in Korea more than 20 years — originating from Big 4 accounting firm and since 2010 as an independent company.  We have worked with some of the world’s leading corporations locally and internationally across multiple locations, as well as smaller local companies and startups.  The combination of our depth of knowledge, our professional expertise and our geographic reach is virtually unmatched. By partnering with Daeyoung, you benefit from the collective wisdom and experience of our trusted qualified experts who deliver the highest quality corporate accounting and associated services.

You can be assured that we deliver reliably and accurately on time, every time. You can rest assured that we know (and keep up with) the accounting rules and regulations in Korean jurisdictions so we can proactively advise you of any changes that will affect your business and accounting practices.  Furthermore, you can rely on our commitment to building a long-term partnership with you by developing an understanding of your business, offering a flexible and tailored approach to delivering our services and building a personal relationship with you.

Our Services

• Maintaining accounting records including cash books, general ledgers, fixed asset registers, accounts receivable and payable sub-ledgers
• Preparing periodic management accounts, cash flow statements and budgets for management purposes
• Liaising with the company’s auditors during audits of the company’s financial records
• Preparing annual statutory financial statements
• Implementing an accounting system, including setting up a chart of accounts appropriate for your reporting requirements
• Seconding qualified professional accountants and managers to your company on a temporary or part-time basis
• Reviewing accounts to ensure appropriateness and accuracy