Partner, Assurance Services, Romania
Francesca joined PwC Romania in 2000. With more than 18 years of experience in audits performed under the International Standards on Auditing, Francesca had an active role in the development of the Romanian and Moldovan audit practice. Since 2014, she is Partner-in-charge for the PwC office in Moldova.
As Partner within the Assurance Department, Francesca currently manages a sizable portfolio of clients in different industries and also leads the Real Estate practice in PwC Romania In her Real Estate leader capacity, Francesca acts as main contact for Romania on projects developed by our firm across Central and Eastern Europe and coordinates our input for the “Emerging Trends in Real Estate” flagship report published yearly by PwC in partnership with the Urban Land Institute.
Francesca has also been in charge of the audit of banking and industrial clients, as well as audit of large projects financed by International Financial Organisations (World Bank, UNDP, PHARE, USAID etc.). At the same time, she coordinates other assurance projects, including the PwC training centre ‘The Academy at PwC’.
Fluent in Romanian, English and Russian and speaking basic French, Francesca is a member of the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA) in the United Kingdom, the Romanian Chamber of Financial Auditors (CAFR), and a Board Member of the Association of the Business Service Leaders (ABSL). Francesca is also representing PwC at the German Chamber of Commerce (AKH).
Francesca graduated International Economic Relations at the Academy of Economic Studies in Moldova. She enjoys travelling and spending quality time outdoors with her 3 children. She is also a big supporter of education initiatives and participates as jury member for debate competitions for children in secondary education.
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