Mercè Martí, CEO and Chairwoman at Kreston Iberaudit, has been re-elected member of the Board of the Spanish Chartered Accountants Association (ICJCE).
With more than 25 years of experience, Mercè Martí is the first woman in Spain to lead an audit firm. She has a degree in Economics and Business Administration from the University of Barcelona (UB), Postgraduate in Audit from the UB and a University Specialist in Bankruptcy Law from the Polytechnic University of Valencia. Currently, she is the President of Grupo20, the Association that groups the main medium-sized firms in Spain, as well as the President of the Equity Commission of the Catalan Chartered Accountants Association.
The re-election of Mercè Martí has taken place after the renewal of the Board of the Spanish Chartered Accountants Association with the re-election of Ferrán Rodríguez as president, who has led the only candidate that has been presented in an electoral process of consensus.
The Board is made up of the President, Ferrán Rodríguez; 1st Vice President, Carlos Quindós; 2nd Vice President, Javier López-Guerrero; the Secretary General, Manuel Bachiller; the Deputy Secretary, Manuel Vicente Martínez; the Treasurer, Secundino Urcera; the Accountant, Mercè Martí; the Librarian, José Luis Bueno; the 1st Vocal, Germán de la Fuente; the 2nd Vocal, Gemma Soligó; and the 3rd Vocal, Carlos Sotillos.
The members of the National Deontology Commission have also been proclaimed, made up of the President, Juan Ignacio Irígoras; 1st Vocal, María del Mar Hernández; and the 2nd Vocal, Jaime Orive.