Approved Auditors in UAE Free zones
It is recommended that enterprises registered in Dubai Freezones have their annual financials reviewed and submitted at the time of their trade licence renewal. While the normal reporting period is one calendar year, a firm may choose a different reporting period. The first reporting period begins on the date of formation and must be between six and eighteen months in length.
The majority of the UAE’s Free Trade Zones require their members to file their annual audited financial statements within three months of the end of the fiscal year.
The financial statements must be audited by an audit company that the Free Trade Zone Authority has approved. FMA Accounting and Audit firm is an approved audit firm in all the Free Trade Zones in UAE, and our clients have a hassle-free submission with the free zone authorities.