Leading through a perfect storm


Leading through a perfect stormHLB Survey of Business Leaders 2023 ARE CONCERNED ABOUT INFLATION AS TOP RISK TO BUSINESS0% NAMES ‘FLEXIBILITY’ AS AN ESSENTIAL LEADERSHIP BEHAVIOUR IN TIMES OF CRISES0% HAS A CLEARLY DEFINED ORGANISATIONAL PURPOSE0% SEE TALENT ACQUISITION AS THEIR GREATEST WEAKNESS0% Cultivating the right leadership behaviours during times of crisis Leaders face an expanded risk radar as the … Read More

Reaching new heights


Welcome to HLB’s Global Annual Review 2021, where we discuss our performance and our impact on those in the HLB ecosystem. Despite the uncertainties of 2021, we experienced a record-breaking year which saw our network’s combined revenue grow by 25%. We are well on our way to reaching the top 10 position in global ranking and meeting the objectives set out in our business strategy. Find out how our global workforce adopted hybrid working practices and how we are performing against our social aspirations to help solve some of the most pressing issues of our time.

Khalid Marhoon speaks at the Arab Gulf Forum for Accountants and Auditors


Elyaa Audit and Consulting Managing Partner, Khalid Marhoon (KM) was one of the keynote speakers at the recently-concluded Arab Gulf Forum for Accountants and Auditors held at The Grove Hotel, Kingdom of Bahrain from 14 to 15 of November 2018. KM discussed the ways and the best practices to prevent fraud and corruption in the organization which is also related to objectives and requirements of the International Standard on Auditing (ISA) 240 or also known as “The Auditor’s Responsibilities Relating to Fraud in an Audit of Financial Statements.”

Elyaa and HLB Hamt deploy resources to support Bahrain clients


Leveraging on our international strength and capabilities we bring rich experience and relevant expertise into the implementation of VAT in the Region for numerous clients in diverse industry.

We continue the implementation exercise started by our global network team in UAE last year and are keen to ensure that our clients benefit from our cumulative experience.’’ Said Khaled Marhoon, Managing partner of Elyaa Audit and Consulting.

Elyaa host camping night in Sakheer


An evening when the Elyaa network celebrated their inspiration for quality, shared values of working as a team, understanding each other, producing ideas and providing insight.

Elyaa Wins Two International Awards


Elyaa Audit and Consulting has won two international awards, Elyaa has been successfully chosen as the winner of the 2016 Corporate Intl Magazine Global Award ‘Audit Advisory Firm of the Year in the Kingdom of Bahrain’, the firm has also won the ‘2016 Most Outstanding Audit Firm in the Kingdom of Bahrain’ award presented by Corporate LiveWire’s.

Elyaa conducts a course about a new audit software and ISA


Elyaa Audit and Consulting held a training workshop to update the assurance methodology through implementation of a more advanced audit software based on International Standards on Auditing from the 13th to the 14th of September 2015 for audit staff members from its offices in Bahrain. The two day workshop covered how International Standards on Auditing are used during the performance of audit procedures and also in what manner the auditing standards are integrated within the new software.

Elyaa organizes International Standards on Auditing course


A Two-day course converging recent developments in the International Financial Reporting Standards (“IFRS”) and International Standards on Auditing (“ISA”) was organized by Elyaa Audit and Consulting and Success Training Center concluded this week.

The course, part of Elyaa development plan to stand on high quality standards and bring up to date with the recent developments in in the IFRS and ISA and often-soft skills topics.

Successful HLB Middle East & Africa Regional Conference in Mauritius


HLB International’s Middle East & Africa (MEA) conference was successfully hosted last week by HLB Appavoo & Associates in Mauritius. The conference brought together delegates from 24 countries in MEA and the rest of the world, bearing witness to the network’s dynamism in the region. The conference was the occasion for HLB MEA members to strengthen regional and international links and explore business opportunities together, as well as listen to a number of prominent guest speakers including Ken Poonoosamy, Managing Director of Mauritius’ Board of Investment, the country’s national investment promotion agency, and John Madew, Senior Trade Commissioner for Sub-Saharan Africa at the Australian Trade Commission (Austrade).