Which entities are required to have a statutory audit

We would like to emphasize that the Ministry of Finance published the opinion number 011-00-1089 / 2019-16 on December 17, 2019, which indicates and reminds that it is prescribed that the statutory audit is mandatory for regular annual financial statements of large and medium-sized legal entities classified in accordance with the law governing accounting, public companies in accordance with the law governing the capital market, regardless of their size, as well as all legal entities or entrepreneurs whose total income generated in the previous business year exceeds 4.400.000 EUR.
However, as the current Rulebook on the content and form of financial reports for companies, cooperatives and entrepreneurs („Official Gazette of RS“, No. 95/14 and 144/14), or the Rulebook on the content and form of financial reports for other legal persons („Official Gazette of RS“, No. 95/14), in the Income Statement, do not contain the appropriate AOP which shows the total income, and for the purpose of determining the auditor based on the criteria – total income, we believe that in this case , in order to determine the total revenue in terms of Article 26, paragraph 1 of the Law, the following revenues (AOP positions) from the mentioned regulations should be taken into account:

-Operating income;

-Financial income;

-Income from adjusting the value of other assets at fair value through profit or loss (for companies, cooperatives and entrepreneurs), ie income from adjusting the value of short-term and long-term financial placements and receivables (for other legal entities);

-Other income.