Financial Translation Services
ASTA-USA offers financial translation services, including the translation of financial industry documents. America's most trusted translations service. ASTA-USA
ASTA-USA offers financial translation services for over 70 languages

We can take any document - whether legal, scientific, technical or everyday business communication - and translate it accurately from or into any of over 70 languages.

Financial Translation Services

We are America’s most trusted resource for translation of complex financial materials as demonstrated by our strong expertise with the international audit community and international corporations. We have the vital assets: Highly skilled financial and legal translators, as well as a proven, three-step quality assurance process.

Finance and audit department executives from America’s leading public and private corporations know that ASTA-USA’s expert translators work quickly to deliver all documents, reports, and statements with unparalleled accuracy. View the following News Releases concerning our involvement and capabilities.

Document Translation Company Focuses On SEC-Driven Audits
Document Translation Service Company Exposes Unreported Revenues

All ASTA-USA translators are bound by strict commercial confidentiality and corporate non-disclosure agreements. Like our clients, we take confidentiality and security issues very seriously. Your materials are handled in a very confidential manner.

Our financial translation expertise includes:

  • Annual Reports
  • SEC-required Reports
  • Income statements
  • Banking Documents
  • Balance Sheets
  • Cash Flow Statements
  • Auditor’s Reports
  • Government Tax Reports
  • Financial reporting guidelines
  • Business Plans
  • Prospectuses
  • Private and Public Offerings
  • Insurance related documents
  • And much more…

During the course of intense SEC driven audits, ASTA-USA can deploy teams of language professionals to your location as well as to various international locations in order to expedite the process and insure clear communication with the rest of the revenue recognition and audit teams members.

ASTA-USA only recruits the best and most experienced financial/legal translators. No other translation company in the United States can boast the following translation personnel statistics and qualifications.

ASTA translator highlights (averages):

  • 2.3 Languages (in addition to native)
  • 1.8 Certifications/Accreditation
  • 12.4 years in the field
  • 92.7% with advanced or college equivalent degrees

Our translators are accredited by the world’s leading organizations such as:

  • The United Nations
  • The Institute of Linguists
  • American Translators Association (ATA)
  • La Société Française des Traducteurs (SFT)
  • Institute of Translation and Interpreting (ITI)
  • US National Association of Judiciary Interpreters and Translators

Not only are our translators skilled in the complexity of financial languages and terminology they also have industry-specific knowledge. Moreover, because of their advanced education, they are also quick to pick up the subtleties of a client’s business or specific industry.

Advanced Knowledge of Sarbanes-Oxley compliance

ASTA-USA is the only translation services provider with advanced knowledge of Sarbanes-Oxley compliance requirements. Audit Services Translation Assistance (ASTA-USA).

They wrote the book on corporate governance… ASTA-USA translated it. ASTA-USA delivers according to the rigid and demanding standards of Sarbanes-Oxley compliance and SEC-driven audits simply because the compliance requirements are a natural extension of the skills and capabilities we have had in place for well over 14 years. We had the requisite assets: Highly skilled, financial, legal, technical, scientific, governmental document translators and a proven, three-step quality proprietary translation methodology called the “World Workflow Methodology.”

Rely on ASTA-USA’s financial and legal translation expertise to comply with Sarbanes-Oxley

U.S. Publicly Traded Corporations

At ASTA-USA, we recognize the challenges that the auditing profession faces in accurately interpreting complex financial documents from foreign sources. We also acknowledge the prerequisite for data reporting correctness, process efficiency and confidentiality.

We already adhere to exacting, industry-specific standards. We handle the most complex and precise translation requirements of financial statements, audit controls and legal documents. The overwhelming demands of Sarbanes-Oxley leverage our seasoned and industry- specific translation expertise so it merely added a compelling need for U.S. companies to utilize our exacting and expert translation services.

U.S.-based corporations, more specifically, members of their audit and revenue recognition departments are faced with enormous internal audit and reporting translation workloads and they simply need to work fast, efficiently and deliver to deadlines. ASTA-USA’s culture is founded on the World Workflow Methodology that delivers mission-critical, high-priority translated documents in the shortest amount of time.

Fast. Unparalleled Accuracy.

Audit executives from leading firms and internal finance departments know that our expert translators work quickly to deliver all requisite documents and statements with an unparalleled accuracy.

Once they recognized the fundamental logic that the supporting documentation of a revenue recognition/audit assignment needed to be in English as well as the native language of origin in order to maintain absolute transparency the imperative quickly shifted: Speed and Absolute Accuracy became the paramount objectives of our translated documents and financial statements.

In short, we help perfect our clients’ revenue recognition and overall audit efforts through absolute translation quality, performance efficiency and judicious interpretation of the original records.

View the following News Releases concerning our involvement and capabilities.

Document Translation Company Focuses On SEC-Driven Audits
Document Translation Service Company Exposes Unreported Revenues