PRESS RELEASE – Anca Bogorin founds BARIN Accounting
Finance professional Anca Bogorin founds the financial consulting and accounting company BARIN Accounting
Anca Bogorin, a professional with more than 18 years experience in financial consulting, accounting and audit, former partner of an international group in the field, recently founded the international standard financial consulting and accounting company BARIN Accounting.
BARIN Accounting’s team, which is managed by two partners, is thoroughly aware of the challenges that the financial management of SMEs in various fields constantly face. So, they bring a new, modern approach to the Romanian accounting and financial consultancy market: practical, already tested solutions, as well as a customized, business-oriented service, by providing financial consultancy adapted to the specific industry, market conditions, local legislation, current technology and to the available resources.
BARIN services especially address SMEs and include the analysis and reporting of business indicators, as well as recommendations towards the development strategy of the companies they are delivered to – all these, by using a common, easy to understand language, so that managers and decision makers can save time and focus on growing their businesses.
BARIN Accounting’s founder, Anca Bogorin, has a strong experience in financial audit, accounting, finance management and business consultancy. She is an ACCA member and an expert accountant member of CECCAR and she became the vice-president of CECCAR Romania at the beginning of 2014. Anca Bogorin started her professional career within PwC, where she practiced as an auditor for a variety of industries, for 6 years. Later on, as a finance manager with an international group of companies for almost 3 years, Anca Bogorin improved her finance management skills by coordinating the finance department, developing the financial strategy, the group budget and optimizing the group’s internal policies and procedures. Then, as a partner in TPA Horwath for 8 years, Anca has coordinated the accounting, tax compliance and IFRS reporting practice, developing both the company’s team and business line.
“Romanian entrepreneurs face a more and more complex market and a competitive business environment. That is why they search for professional accounting and tax compliance solutions that can assure conformity with legislation, bring value and optimize costs. We support small and medium-sized businesses which need complete and affordable quality financial consultancy services by assisting them in all the critical issues for the stability of their businesses”, BARIN Accounting’s founding partner Anca Bogorin stated.”
Barin at the XX-th edition of the CECCAR Romania National Congress
On 12th – 13th of September 2014, CECCAR Romania organized the XX-th edition of the National Congress, having as main topic “New dimensions and challenges of the accounting profession: Competitiveness, Innovation and Conformity”.
Topics of strategic interest for finance professionals were addressed in a very interactive manner: economic and technological trends, challenges of the profession, the professionals’ creativity and the dedicated European legislation (“Directive 34/2013 of the European Parliament and Council of the European Union”).
As BARIN Accounting’s managing partner and vice-president of CECCAR Romania, Anca Bogorin moderated the session called “The accounting professional’s creative role within an entity”, where she was joined by several guests from the professional elite: Mr. Ahmed Hassan – Country Managing Partner Deloitte; Mrs. Cornelia Bumbacea – Transactions Partner, PwC Romania and Mrs. Ana-Maria Dutu – Planning & Controlling Director, Unicredit Tiriac Bank.
“Creativity is not specific to arts only, but it is equally critical for the progress in sciences, mathematics, technology, politics, business, economy, management and all daily-life pursuits.”
“Modern informational technology, besides its efficiency in managing effectively high volumes of complex economic transactions, has the role of replacing the paper, probably until its disappearance. The future in accounting will be a digital one. After some time, the information and accounting news will probably be available on tablets and various applications. Recurrent transactions will be automatically registered in the accounting software, which could be integrated with the management system and therefore simply undertake the financial information generated there. The accounting professionals’ added value will greatly increase in analysis and professional judgment areas.”
Anca Bogorin, managing partner BARIN Accounting