Introduction of Financial Reporting Services

Quality financial information is important for vibrant and strong markets.

Financial Report services

More than ever, suppliers, investors, customers, financial institutions, corporate executives and many more are asking for timely and reliable financial statements to obtain a more accurate picture of the business.

It is crucial that the market remains confident in the level of integrity, transparency and quality of financial reporting.

Therefore, Accounting and Corporate Regulatory Authority (ACRA) has commenced a Financial Reporting Surveillance Programme to enforce against poor financial reporting that leads to unreliable information and/or non-compliance with SFRSs.

Financial Reporting Surveillance Programme (FRSP)

The FRSP seeks to uphold the integrity, transparency and quality of financial reporting in Singapore. It does this through review of selected financial statements of companies to determine if they comply with the prescribed accounting standards and by taking firm enforcement action when a financial reporting breach is established.

A financial reporting breach occurs when a director has failed to comply with sections 201(1A), 201(3) and 201(3A) and/or sections 199(1) and/or 199(2A) the Companies Act.


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Range of Sanctions which may be imposed on Directors

The range of enforcement actions that will be decided by the Registrar of Companies will include:

  • advisory letter
  • warning letter
  • fine by offer of composition and
  • prosecution leading to fines and/or imprisonment.

Directors’ Duties in relation to Financial Reporting

Under sections 201(1A), 201(3) and 201(3A) of the Act, directors are responsible to present and lay before the company, at its annual general meeting, financial statements that:

  • comply with Accounting Standards issued by the Accounting Standards Council and
  • give true and fair view of the financial statements, and the state of affairs of the company.


In addition, under sections 199(2A) and 199(1) of the Act, respectively, it is directors’ responsibility to maintain a sound system of internal accounting controls and to keep proper accounting and other records that will enable the preparation of true and fair financial statements.

Challenges to directors in carrying out these financial reporting duties

SFRSs are subject to revision from time to time, it is challenging to keep abreast of the latest update of the accounting standards

Nowadays, businesses have also rapidly become more challenging and business models more intricate.

To cope with them, financial reporting standards become increasingly complex and require more professional judgement on the part of the preparers of financial statements.

For an example: more judgements to be made in wider use of fair value in measurement of assets and liabilities.

Solution to directors in carrying out these financial reporting duties

To support directors in carrying out these financial reporting duties, our qualified accounting experts can advise you in compilation of financial statements in accordance to the accounting standards.
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