BLS is recognized as one of the leading auditing firms on the approved list of auditors by almost all the local UAE banks, numerous Free Zones in the UAE, Dubai International Financial Centre (DIFC) and The Real Estate Regulatory Agency (RERA).

We are approved Registered Agents of Jebel Ali Free Zone Offshore and Ras Al Khaimah (RAK) Offshore Companies. For several years BLS has executed financial, operational and procedural audits for many non-profit organizations for their various humanitarian projects in Afghanistan funded by WHO, UNHCR, World Bank, Government Departments and Ministries and also other private business entities.

Our Firm is an Approved Employer – Trainee Development as Certified Accounting Technician (CAT) by Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA), UK to train ACCA Students as well as Articled Students of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of India.

ACCA Approved Employer – Trainee Development

Found in 1904 with its headquarters in London, ACCA is a global professional accounting body with over 170,000 members and 436,000 students in 180 countries. With over 91 offices and centers globally, ACCA spans over 8,500 approved employers worldwide, who provide employee development.

ACCA Approved Employer – Trainee Development Stream status recognizes BLS’ commitment to progress its trainee's careers as finance professionals.

ACCA trainees, including CAT trainees, can take advantage of the Performance Objective exemption. This expresses that our trainees do not need to complete the challenge questions associated with each of our Performance Objectives.

This exemption reflects the fact that BLS meets ACCA’s demanding criteria for trainee development, including having the policies and processes in place that allow trainees to meet the minimum requirements of ACCA’s PER. It denotes that ACCA has confidence in BLS’ systems and processes and at the same time removes duplication of effort with regard to record keeping.

ICAI Approved Employer – Articleship Training

Being the national accounting body of India, the ICAI (Institute of Chartered Accountants of India) was established in 1949. Known for its rigorous membership course criteria, an individual can become an ICAI by taking prescribed 'toughest in India' examinations and undergoing three years of practical training.

Earlier, CA students had to undertake the training programme within India. However, due to the rapidly growing popularity outside the country and the non-requirement of an Indian citizenship to be admitted to the curriculum, students are now allowed to undergo their mandatory training programme outside India.

Being an established firm of chartered accountants registered with the Institute, BLS recruits ICAI students for training development purposes, providing them ample professional exposure while steering their theoretical knowledge in the right direction.