Rosenblum-Holtzman is an independent member of Morison KSI International, ranked among the top ten of the world’s accounting firms. The network’s 160 global offices are available to Rosenblum-Holtzman’s clients. In addition to its main office in Israel’s center, there are branches in Jerusalem and Tel Katzir, and its services are provided in Hebrew, English, Spanish, Russian, and French.
In addition to traditional accounting services, the Firm provides accounting services under one umbrella, thus ensuring the most benefit to the client. For example, expertise in accounting investigations helps with valuation reporting. Help with the Sarbanes Oxley application may also assist in detecting risks and exposures. Above all, control of information systems analysis gives the client added value in all areas. All this is in addition to tax consulting.
Audits of Financial Statements and Representation before the Authorities – audits of annual financial statements for companies, partnerships, kibbutzim, registered associations, local government authorities, and reviews of periodic reports, as may be required by the entity.
Tax Planning and Consultations – keeping abreast of developments in taxation, jurisprudence, and legislation for the benefit of the Firm’s clients, enabling them to take maximum advantage of tax benefits, accessing the Firm’s international network for global tax planning as may be required, representation before the Income Tax Authority and the National Insurance Institute, assistance with voluntary disclosures (under its various tracks) and pre-rulings.
Internal Audits – internal audits for public companies, institutional bodies, capital market-related institutions, non-profit organizations, kibbutzim, and private entities. Audits are conducted in accordance with Companies Law, the Internal Audit Law, and other laws applicable to the audited entity. Assistance for the entity’s internal audit functions.
Special Forensic Accounting – special audits of financial and management matters, investigations, suspected misconduct, and misrepresentations. The investigations are conducted for owners and/or various authorities, after which reports are provided. If needed, testimony before the courts, support for legal claims, and participation in legal proceedings.
Court Appearances in Legal Proceedings – assistance for attorneys on accounting matters, including preparing expert opinions on issues in dispute (representations, accounting settlements, liquidations, and receiverships).
Audits of Foreign Corporations – substantial experience conducting internal and forensic audits for companies, partnerships, and entities abroad (subsidiaries, branches, joint ventures, etc.).
Risk Management and Surveys – expertise in risk surveys (financial and operational), including surveys for the prevention of fraud and embezzlement, and executing enforcement and compliance programs under Israel Securities Authority directives. The Firm also advises entities on corporate governance and the implementation of its principles, assistance with implementation of SOX and Goshen Report requirements.
Due Diligence Tests – conducted jointly with the Firm’s economics department, which specializes in this area. The work includes, inter alia, an economic analysis of the business and verification of accounting and taxation data, while identifying potential exposures of the unit being surveyed. The Firm is prepared to conduct special post-investment audits to validate any representations that have been made.
Cyber and Information Systems – cyber consulting, risk management, information technology governance, information security services, regulatory compliance, information system implementation, computer auditing, and information system development consulting. The Firm holds the ISO 27001 (information security) Certification.
Organization and Procedures – expertise in defining, writing and editing internal work procedures for complex organizations, formulating internal procedures also for overseas’ subsidiaries of Israeli corporations.
Financial Advice and Valuation Reports – The Firm has a professional economic department that provides consulting services in various areas, such as valuation reports, consulting in merger and acquisition procedures, preparing business plans, submitting expert opinions in legal proceedings and more.
U.S. and International Taxation – The Firm’s Department of US Taxation Services is managed by an Authorized US Taxation Advisor (Enrolled Agent), is authorized to issue American Tax Identification Numbers (EIN/ITIN) and offers consulting and representation services with US Taxation authorities.
Enforcement programs (compliance) • quality audits for internal audit departments (QA certification by the IIA – the Institute of Internal Auditors) • assistance for entities (formation/registration/accompaniment) • salary department (for senior officers) • arbitration and accounting opinions • bookkeeping and accounting services • certified salary auditors • preparation of procedures • retirement planning • dissolution of companies.
• Industry, Commerce, and Services
• Finance, Insurance, Investments and the Capital Markets
• Government and Municipal Sectors, Non-profit Organization and Public Entities
• Kibbutzim and Moshavim
• Real Estate, Energy and Infrastructures
• Private Sector (companies, self-employed parties, and employees
• Foreign Companies.
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