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Deloitte Romania experts teach classes and workshops for the Faculty of Mathematics and Informatics’ students within the University of Bucharest

Starting with the second semester of the academic year 2018-2019, Deloitte Romania and the University of Bucharest engage in a partnership based on which the Faculty of Mathematics and Informatics’ students will benefit from financial audit classes and workshops in financial advisory, tax and risk management presented by Deloitte Romania experts.

The optional class “Introduction to Financial Audit” is dedicated to students in the second year of the “Probabilities and Statistics in Finance and Science” master, covers areas such as tax risk reduction, IT and valuation of assets and financial instruments and will be facilitated by Zeno Caprariu, Audit Director with Deloitte Romania.

Throughout the second semester, students will be able to attend four workshops organized and taught by Deloitte Romania specialists in areas such as audit, tax, technology and robotics consulting, risk management and valuation, financial advisory and cyber security.

Moreover, the collaboration enables students and graduates of the Faculty of Mathematics and Informatics of the University of Bucharest to access internship programs and explore career opportunities with Deloitte Romania.

“The partnership with Deloitte Romania is in line with the faculty’s strategic vision to connect its learning programs with the labor market requirements. The partnership with such an important company as Deloitte Romania honors and delights us, as it provides learning and career opportunities to our students, especially to those studying applied mathematics in finance,” said Professor Radu Gramatovici, PhD, Dean of the Faculty of Mathematics and Informatics of the University of Bucharest.

”Through this partnership, Deloitte provides students with workshops and applied classes that open new career opportunities and help them better understand the business environment in which they might choose to work, and contributes to preparing the professionals of the future. The financial auditors’ profile is changing as a result of the digital transformation and the auditors of tomorrow will need expertise beyond auditing standards and financial reporting, they will need to analyze large data volumes and to understand the impact of the new technologies on the internal controls and on financial reporting,” said Alexandru Reff, Country Managing Partner, Deloitte Romania and Moldova.

Zeno Caprariu, Audit Director with Deloitte Romania, who teaches the ”Introduction to Financial Audit” class, is a graduate of the Faculty of Mathematics and Informatics of the University of Bucharest. Throughout his 15-year career with Deloitte Romania, he has coordinated numerous audit and advisory projects for multinational and local companies in industries such as energy, consumer products, manufacturing, real estate or retail. Zeno Caprariu is a member of the Chamber of Financial Auditors and of the Chamber of Chartered Certified Accountants of Romania, as well as of the UK Association of Chartered Certified Accountants. He is also a member of the energy task force of the Foreign Investors Council.

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