22 November 2021

We rely on those who have brought us this far. That is why, at the Kreston Iberaudit Partners’ Meeting, we unanimously approved the renewal of our Board of Directors, re-electing of our main leaders.

– Mercè Martí, Executive Chairman.
– João Lopes, Executive Vice-Chairman.
– Arturo Díaz, Executive Vice-President.

This re-election reinforces our intention to keep growing and, in Martí’s words, our management team “will continue working on Kreston Iberaudit’s territorial and business expansion plan”.

We are an audit and consulting company with a presence in Spain, Portugal, and Andorra. We are part of the Kreston Global Network, which works with more than 22,000 employees in over 120 countries.

Martí, Díaz and Lopes Da Silva are the visible heads of Kreston Iberaudit, a firm with more than 300 professionals spread over 15 offices in A Coruña, Alicante, Barcelona, Bilbao, Gijón, Granada, Madrid, Málaga, Palencia, Palma de Mallorca, Valencia and Zaragoza, Lisbon, Oporto and Andorra. But we want to keep growing.


Keys to continuous growth

“The Board of Directors will focus its efforts both on attracting and retaining talent and on the digitisation of the firm, key elements for the company as a benchmark in the sector,” said Díaz, partner in Asturias and Málaga, following his re-election as executive vice-chairman.

For his part, Lopes Da Silva, partner in Lisbon and Oporto, stressed the importance of “maintaining and strengthening the company’s international links around the world through our partners in the Kreston Global network”.

It is no coincidence that Kreston Global is ranked 13th in the world in terms of accounting networks, which has helped Kreston Iberaudit to achieve a turnover of more than 22 million euros in its last financial year.


Experience, the basis of our success

The re-election of Martí, Díaz and Lopes Da Silva sets the basis for Kreston Iberaudit’s growth throughout the recent years.

They form a management team prepared to take Kreston Iberaudit to the highest quality standards in consulting and auditing.

That is why their re-election is a new impulse towards our goal of growth, as it reinforces the work done so far and obtains the full confidence of the partners to keep moving in the direction we have set.

The fact that Mercè Martí, João Lopes Da Silva and Arturo Díaz form the board is nothing more than a step forward so that Kreston Iberaudit remains a benchmark and maintains its vocation to lead this sector.


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