Looking for industry knowledge that transfers to your business solutions? Alliott Hadi Shahid professionals provide the detailed attention to regulations, competitive factors and metrics in your industry that make a big difference to CFOs, audit committees and other stakeholders.
The depth of our industry expertise, like our international perspective, is an attribute that our clients value highly. We invest significant resources in building and sharing such expertise.
We organize around industries to share the latest research and points of view on emerging industry trends, develop industry- specific performance benchmarks based upon global best practices, and share methodologies and approaches in complex areas such as financial instrumentsand tax provisioning. In addition, our network is available to collaborate on accounting or technical issues unique to a particular industry, especially when interpretive guidance is needed.
Using our global network, professional skills and some of the latest trends in knowledge- sharing tools and communications, we have developed the capabilities and processes to provide clients of our member firms with added- value services.
Fundamental to Alliott Hadi Shahid's approach is our focus on industry sectors. We believe that we can add value to the clients of our member firms if we truly understand their industry. Our industry- driven structure has enabled us to develop deep knowledge of the businesses of the clients of our member firms and provide them with an informed perspective on issues they face. The industry areas featured on this site showcase some of this industry knowledge.
Alliott Hadi Shahid strives to deliver quality to the clients of our member firms. We embrace a set of core values that emphasizes qualities such as responsive leadership and personal accountability- all aimed at best serving the clients of our member firms and retaining the public's trust.
Legal and professional
Alliott Gulf Limited consultants are practicing accountants, valuation professionals, financial consultants, economists and information technology professionals with years of experience in complex, high-profile litigation and investigations.
As the health care industry experiences an on-going evolution, the health care services sector is in no way excluded by the impact. Whether an air ambulatory service, electronic claims processing company or a national medical staffing organization, anything 'health care' can have far reaching implications - meaning tougher documentation guidelines, regulatory significance and tighter controls.
Retail is the ‘industry that never sleeps’ – constantly measuring sales and keeping its finger on the consumer pulse. Today, this core skill is being tested to the limit as retailers fight to get profits back to pre-downturn levels.
This is against a backdrop of rapid industry evolution. E-commerce is now an integrated part of retail, not an add-on. Firms need to know how to use it to their advantage. And as well as having rapidly become web-literate, consumers are taking an interest in sustainability: another source of opportunity for the agile retailer.
Reforming education is at the top of government agendas everywhere. Every sector – from primary to further to higher education – is under pressure on many fronts, whether it’s demands from government and parents for higher standards or pressure from students on places.
At the same time, education is exploring new business models such as mixed public- and private-sector provision. Coupled with the trend for mergers between institutions, this creates new structures and culture integrations that must be managed.
Across town or around the globe, by air, land or sea, moving goods and people is an increasingly costly business.
Faced with rising fuel prices, heightened security concerns, increased liability risks and dwindling state and federal infrastructure budgets, transportation companies require creative, effective solutions to the challenges that lie ahead. More importantly, they need effective advice to help them identify and make the most of the opportunities that arise as a result of the industry’s economic cycles.
Alliott Gulf Limited knows firsthand the increasingly complex issues and challenges facing the agriculture industry. Like you, we value and respect America's agricultural traditions and the hardworking people who keep them strong. The business of agriculture is like no other. Our services are designed to address your unique needs and help you grow.
The challenges facing agribusiness are a blend of marketing, accounting, tax and operational issues. That's why AGL uses a team approach to deliver solutions that make sense from more than one perspective: business growth, tax optimization and strategic ownership goals.
Hotel and leisure
Our experienced hospitality professionals take a personal interest in your success. Our team provides full service accounting services including tax planning and compliance, financial statement services, internal control assessments, and advisory services. We also provide outsourced accounting solutions, including training, and support.
Real estate and property
Whether you’re in property management or real estate development, you’re presented with unique challenges to grow and maintain your business. Real estate values fluctuate, financing opportunities come and go, and the laws and regulations surrounding the real estate industry are ever-changing.
At AGL, our real estate experts have the knowledge, insight and expertise to keep our clients one step ahead of the competition. In addition to public accounting, our team has worked for private real estate companies and consulting firms, so we know what you need to comply with state and local regulations and to ensure a healthy cash flow.
Banking and finance
The banking industry has become increasingly complex over the last decade. Today, banks face increased competition from other banks in their community, and from nontraditional sources such as insurance companies offering banking products, Internet-based institutions that offer premium depository interest rates, and alternative lending sources. At the same time, the regulatory environment requires even more time of senior management to remain compliant.
The construction industry accounts for around one-tenth of the world’s gross domestic product, 7% of employment, half of all resource usage and up to 40% of energy consumption.
Challenges for retail and consumer product (R&C) companies are many in today's business environment as a confluence of market forces have created an extremely difficult climate. In mature markets, R&C sector companies are constrained in their ability to grow and maintain profit margins as a result of a deflationary operating environment, market saturation, slowing population growth, and more discerning but less loyal consumers.
Often thought of as the heart and soul of a country's economy, companies within the manufacturing industry produce everyday, common goods on a massive scale. These companies typically engage in very labor intensive productions and employ over 60,000 people, who are in effect the farmers of industrialization.
Global competition, complex company structures, and emerging markets are challenging current business capabilities, while providing opportunities for prepared companies to gain market share. To successfully compete, manufacturing companies must create more effective sales and marketing strategies, develop efficient production and support processes, streamline overall costs, and manage working capital tightly to meet top-line and bottom-line expectations.