BSI Outlines what BSCFA Can and Can’t Have to Conduct Independent Audit
And, this constant back and forth between BSI/ASR and the BSCFA goes beyond just the price-sharing mechanism. The BSCFA has also called on the company to be more transparent with its audit reports as they believe BSI has been sneaking in charges that possibly take away from their profits. According to BSI, they have offered the cane farmers the choice to employ an independent auditor but the offer was refused. Today the BSI’s Finance Director, Sean Chavarria, gave a brief breakdown of the documents provided to farmers.