FAS financial statements are approved without restrictions by the 23rd time

7 of October of 2019 - foundation's accounts are audited every six months by PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC), one of the world's largest companies in auditing and consulting services

FAS Headquarters | Photo: Felipe Irnaldo

The Amazonas Sustainable Foundation (FAS) It had its financial statements for the first half of 2019 approved without reservations by PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC), one of the world's largest companies in auditing and consulting services. From 2008, It is the 23rd consecutive and independent audit of the organization's accounts. Through actions to value the people living in the forest, FAS to help conserve 10,9 million hectares of protected areas in the Amazon, benefiting 39.462 riparian and indigenous. Check here the full financial statements.

According to the procedures of accountability of FAS, management prepares the financial statements together with the accounting office JBL. After, such statements are subjected to PWC.

After approved by the audit PwC, os documentos são analisados pelo Conselho Fiscal e pelo Conselho de Administração da FAS. Annually, the financial statements are also subject to the Amazonas State prosecutors (MP-AM).

"We have more than 11 years the mission of providing the administrative and financial management of the FAS. PwC also be with these 11 years, always with the approved accounting unqualified, It reflects the result of the seriousness of our work, dedicated and passionate on all fronts, with benefit to the coastal communities of the Amazon, with consequences to the Amazon and to the planet ", said Luiz Villares, administrative superintendent of FAS.

The disclosure of the financial statements of FAS is an organization of political, which values ​​to ensure maximum transparency in the management and accountability. Currently, the Amazonas Sustainable Foundation develops projects 581 comunidades de 16 Conservation Units (UC) not the State of Amazonas, leading income generating actions, community empowerment, education and citizenship for about 9.400 families.