Accounting errors and misinterpretations, as well as voluntary changes in accounting policies all require retrospective restatement. Retrospective restatement is a process that requires in-depth research and analysis and excessive data collection – a process that calls for fast and efficient action while maintaining the day-to-day running of the business.

KPMG’s accounting advisory team is composed of experienced professionals who can help you solve challenging accounting issues. Based on our expertise and experience, we can provide the support you need in correcting accounting errors and applying new accounting policies.