Andreia is heading the South Eastern European office of the largest and fastest growing international business and accountancy association. She established the office in March 2006, in Bucharest and is now responsible for ACCA’s activities in Romania, Bulgaria, Albania, Moldova and Macedonia. Her previous position was with the Body of Expert and Licensed Accountants of Romania, as Manager of the International Relations Department. She has eight years of academic accounting training and more than 20 years work experience with professional accountancy bodies at national, regional and international level. She is a Project Management Professional and holds an MSC in Marketing.
Irina joined the Financial Services Audit department of KPMG in 2006. In October 2010, she became a manager in the department, and two years later she was promoted to senior manager. Irina is an FCCA (Fellow member of the Association of Certified Chartered Accountants), and a member of CAFR (the Chamber of Financial Auditors of Romania). In addition to coordinating audit missions for financial services clients, Irina is one of KPMG’s internal coaches, dealing with personal and professional development programmes for employees.
Catalina is a Manager in KPMG Romania and she has been with KPMG for nearly 9 years. She worked for 8 years in our Tax department and specialized in corporate tax, international tax and financial services sector. Starting 2020, Catalina embraced the Tax&Legal HR Business Advisor role and she is currently the contact person between KPMG’s central HR team and the Tax&Legal function. “I enjoy a lot to surround myself with curious people eager to learn new things and to enroll in new experiences. I myself did that recently and what I love most about my current role is that I get the chance to speak in front of people like you and to share my experience and thoughts with you.
Having joined Societe Generale in 2004, Vincent is coming with an extensive 15+ years of experience spent across various financial, operational and risk management functions. He has held different managerial roles within Societe Generale Corporate Investment Banking, notably on Over-The-Counter (OTC) Derivates Collateral Department from 2009 to 2016. In September 2016, Vincent moved to India as Head of the Collateral, Clearing and Risk Department within Societe Generale Global Solution Centre India, where he worked at deploying a robust platform to accompany the growth of the activity from all the regions, in a sensitive context of high regulatory pressure.
Vincent joined Societe Generale Global Solution Centre Romania in the summer of 2020, as Head of Finance Shared Service Center, which represents a strong platform of 440+ professionals, handling a large span of activities pertaining to 4 value chains: Procure to Pay, Accounting (General, Consolidation), Regulatory & Prudential, Financial Performance & Analysis.