I am qualified as a chartered accountant but I don't do audit work (I'm not sure if that requires extra qualification? Anyway its not work I have been asked to do or plan to do).
I have been asked to do the annual "independent examination" on a relatively new local Community Land Trust which is set up as a Community Benefit Society. They have requested an independenet examination rather than an audit (agreed by meeting). They are very small less than £10,000 of income and assets and the bookkeeping is very simple in Excel.
Is this work I would be authorised to do and are there any pitfalls to look out for. Is a report required to Companies House or just the FCA and possibly charities commission?