Marat Pirnazarov

Deputy Chair
Service for Regulation and Supervision of the Financial Market, Ministry of Economy and Commerce, Kyrgyzstan

Mr. Pirnazarov Marat is Deputy Chairman of the State Service for Financial Market Regulation and Supervision under the Ministry of Economy and Finance of the Kyrgyz Republic.

Mr. Pirnazarov a fomer member of the Advisory Committee on Financial Markets of the Eurasian Economic Commission of the EEU (2015-2017), a member of the Council of Directors on Securities Market Regulation of the CIS Member States (2010-2017).

Mr. Pirnazarov has 17 years of experience, including in senior positions, with the state securities market authority, currently in regulation and supervision of accounting, financial reporting and auditing.

Mr. Pirnazarov is a PhD candidate in economics.

Olga Bernatskaia

Vice-President
Institute of Certified Public Accountants, Russian Federation

Olga Bernatskaia is а Vice-President EICPA, Chairman the International Committee on Sustainable Development of the professional organizations of accountants and auditors of the Eurasian region, UNCTAD Consultant. Olga has extensive experience in corporate governance and corporate reporting.

Mrs. Bernatskaia is the author of the “Eco-Environment ICPA in the Field of Sustainable Development” and “Code of Ethics on Sustainable Development “ECO behavior code (EBC) ” initiatives nominated for “ISAR Honours”.

Mrs. Bernatskaia has more than 30 research papers, including papers on sustainable development and is a PhD candidate in economics.

Iheanyi O. Anyahara

Financial Reporting Council of Nigeria

Iheanyi Anyahara became the Technical Advisor for Christopher Nyong, Board Member,
International Public Sector Accounting Standards Board (IPSASB) in January 2022.

Dr. Anyahara has over three decades of industry experience, of which more than 20 years
have been in financial reporting and management, accounting standard setting and
financial reporting regulation at the Financial Reporting Council (erstwhile Nigerian
Accounting Standards Board). He is the former Acting Executive Secretary/CEO of
Financial Reporting Council of Nigeria (March 1, 2020 to May 18, 2021). Currently the
Director/Head, Directorate of Public Sector Accounting Standards.

Dr. Anyahara has played several leadership roles which include serving as a member of
Inter-Ministerial Committee on National Chart of Accounts for Nigeria as well as
member of the IPSAS GAP analysis Committee.He also served as the Secretary to the
National Stakeholders’ Committee on the Roadmap to the Adoption of International
Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS) in Nigeria the committee that prepared the
roadmap report which was approved by the Federal Executive Council under President
Goodluck Jonathan.

Dr. Anyahara is member of several professional bodies among which are Fellow, Institute
of Chartered Accountants of Nigeria (ICAN), Fellow, Association of Forensic Accounting
Researchers, Certified National Accountant and Nigerian Institute of Management.

Iheanyi Anyahara is a first-class honours graduate from University of Nigeria, Nsukka;
he also has M.Sc. Accounting from same university and MBA Accounting from University
of Port Harcourt. He holds a PhD in Accounting from Babcock University, Ilishan Remo,
Ogun State. He has attended contemporary continuing education programs at Harvard
Business School, the London School of Economics, the Booth Business School, University
of Chicago, Chicago and Wharton Business School, University of Pennsylvania,
Philadelphia.

He is happily married with four children

Jorge Gil

Chair
Group of Latin American Standard Setters

CPA and Specialist in Financial Administration (University of Cuyo -Argentina)

Standards setters of Accounting and Auditing Standards of Argentina:
General Director (2002/2020) and Member of the commissions for the adoption of IFRS and Argentinian GAAP in listed Entities, in Banks and others.

GLENIF – GLASS (Group of Latin-American Accounting Standard Setters)
Actual president. He was vice president, director and advisor. Representative in various international organizations.

IASB:
Member of the Spanish Translation Review Committee.
He was member of:

  • EEG (Emerging Economies Group),
  • SMEIG (IFRS SMEs implementation group)
  • Representative of Argentina in the WSS (World standards setters)

Panelist about IRFS:
In many Latin American countries (Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Ecuador, Guatemala, Mexico, Nicaragua, Panama, Paraguay, Peru, Dominican Republic, Uruguay, Venezuela).

IDB:
IFRS consultant for College of Public Accountants of Costa Rica and College of Public Accountants of Uruguay

World Bank: IFRS Consultant, for:

  • ROSC – Bolivia;
  • Contaduría General de la Nación, Colombia;
  • IFRS Implementation in the Health Sector, Colombia.
  • ROSC Report 1st part – Colombia.
  • ROSC Report 2nd part – Colombia.
  • IFRS Diagnosis in Peru – Peru
  • Training in IFRS for SMEs – Peru

Government of Colombia Consultant in adoption of IFRS, for:

  • Ministry of Finance and Public Credit
  • Superintendency of Companies.

Companies and others
Consulting and training in more than 110 companies in Argentina, Ecuador, Colombia.
Training for the Central Bank of the Argentine Republic.

Universities:
Consulting and training in universities of Argentina and Latin America.
Professor at Argentine and Latin American universities.
Member of university work commissions.
Author of books and technical papers on IFRS and Argentine Accounting Standards
Author of book: “Deferred tax – IAS 12”.
Numerous articles published in Argentina and other Latin American countries.

Jelena Misita

Chair
IFAC PAO Development & Advisory Group

Ms. Jelena Misita is Chair of the IFAC PAO Development & Advisory Group, having been a member since January 2018 nominated by the Union of Accountants, Auditors and Financial Workers of Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina (UAAFWFBH).

Ms. Misita is a member of the Board of the UAAFWFBH and also serves on various profession-focused boards, committees and represents her country in international organizations. In March 2020, she became a member of the state-level Accounting and Auditing Commission of Bosnia and Herzegovina that is involved in regulation of the accountancy profession, including education matters. Ms. Misita has vast experience in PAO development and strengthening the accountancy profession in jurisdictions that require both strategic and practical assistance in adoption and consistent implementation of high standards of professionalism. For over 10 years Ms. Misita has served as the CEO of Revicon, a company concerned with business consulting, research and development.

Tintswalo Maggie Mofokeng

Tinyeleti Consulting (Pty) Ltd

Tintswalo Maggie Mofokeng a Director at Tinyeleti Consulting is a Chartered Accounts (SA) and a seasoned finance and sustainability executive with a strong business acumen having worked alongside chief executives, directors and top executives in strategic decision making, growing organisations and organisational management.

Having partnered with UNCTAD as the focal point for South Africa, on a project focused on sustainable development goals reporting in the country by private companies and the monitoring by government on progress made in terms of the AGENDA 2030.

She is a Board Member of SAICA, CFO at the Legal Aid SA and a member of the audit and risk committee for the Motor Industry Retirement Funds.

Cintia Catota

National Director of Public Assets
Ministry of Economy and Finance, Ecuador

Engineer in Accounting and Auditing CPA and Master in Auditing and Finance. She holds a certification in International Public Sector Accounting Standards from The Chartered Institute of Public Finance and Accountancy CIPFA and a certification in Procurement from SAP ERP.

She is the National Director of Public Assets of the Government Accounting Undersecretary of the Ministry of Economy and Finance since 2019. She has participated in the Implementation of the Fixed Assets and Inventories Module. She is part of the Convergence Project to International Accounting Standards for the Public Sector IPSAS of Ecuador.

She is the representative of Ecuador before the Intergovernmental Group of Experts on International Accounting Standards and ISAR Reporting, for the period April 2022 to December 2023.

She has participated in national and international events as a moderator and speaker, on topics such as: “Transparency of Public Debt”, VII FOCAL; “Experience in the Ecuador IPSAS convergence process”, CAFAE – Peru; “Convergence to International Accounting Standards for the Public Sector and its importance in the Control of Assets”, I International Seminar on Economy and Control of Public Finances, IAEN; “The Process of Accounting Purification towards the Convergence of IPSAS, Ecuador Experience”, XXVII National Congress of Public Accountants of Peru, 2022, Ecuador Experience, Accounting, reconciliation and advances in the recognition of the country’s assets, FOCAL Mexico 2022.

Isabelle Tracq-Sengeissen

Board Member
International Auditing and Assurance Standards Board

Isabelle Tracq-Sengeissen is a French CPA and a member of the IAASB since January 2018. She is an audit partner at EY in France, with 32 years of experience in auditing and works for a variety of clients. Mrs. Tracq-Sengeissen is also passionately involved in the development of auditing and accounting profession in foreign countries, especially in French speaking African countries.

Since 2022, she is the EY Global Professional Practice Sustainability Leader and is participating to IAASB task force on the development of a sustainability assurance standard.

Mrs. Tracq-Sengeissen is also the chair of the auditing standard board of Compagnie Nationale des Commissaires aux Comptes (CNCC- France) and has been a member of that board since 2001.

She is graduated from Neoma Business School (Reims) and is a board member of Neoma Alumni association.

Richard Mubiru

Manager, Enterprise Growth and Development
Private Sector Development Unit, Ministry of Finance, Planning and Economic Development, Uganda

Richard Mubiru works as Lead Officer in charge of Enterprise Growth and development in the Private Sector Development Unit (PSDU) of the Ministry of Finance, Planning and Economic Development in Uganda.

Part of his work is coordination of the Informality Management for Compliance and Resilience (IMCORE) program in Uganda. IMCORE is a 5-year study program on the transitioning of 10,000 small informal businesses into medium, compliant and attractive entities capable of participating in national, regional and global opportunities.

Through this program, Richard worked closely with UNCTAD team in developing a localised Accounting Development Tool (ADT) and its training manual for small informal businesses in Uganda. This tool is expected to transform accounting, reporting and filing capacities in SMEs as well as contributing to the development of national reporting infrastructure for SMEs in Uganda.

Thomas Thomas

Chief Executive Officer
ASEAN CSR Network

Thomas played an integral role in the set-up of ASEAN Corporate Social Responsibility Network (ACN) in 2010 and as CEO, continues to provide oversight and strategic direction for the organisation. ACN was established to promote and enable responsible business conduct in ASEAN Member States.

ACN is the responsible and inclusive business champion with the ASEAN Business Advisory Council. They developed a Code for Responsible and Inclusive Business and is building up the ASEAN Responsible and Inclusive Business Alliance (ARAIBA) to be the region’s network of businesses supporting responsible business conduct. Thomas is driving this initiative.

Thomas has extensive experience in CSR and responsible business conduct, serving on various initiatives in the region and globally. He did research on sustainability related issues, including, sustainability reporting, business integrity and human rights.

He was the founding Executive Director of the Singapore Compact for Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR), now operating as the Global Compact Network Singapore.

Thomas had been active with trade unions, co-operatives, the consumer movement and social enterprises and also served as a Nominated Member of Parliament in Singapore.