Katalin Kovács Opikhara

Katalin Kovács Opikhara

Education

Education
Sep 1987 - Aug 1990

Corporate economist

College of Finance and Accountancy
Sep 1994 - Sep 1995

Registered special examination at stock exchange
Sep 1990 - Jun 1993

Economist

Budapest University of Economics
Sep 1995 - Sep 1995

Registered chartered accountant
Sep 2005 - Jul 2008

Auditor

Chamber of Hungarian Auditors
Mar 2012 - Apr 2013

AAT Accounting Course in the UK

Work History

Work History
Aug 2013 - Sep 2014

Trainee Accounts Assistant and Bookkeeper

KBM Chartered Certified Accountants in London

Supervising the daily activity of the Accounting Department (including revising of accounting entries, reviewing of tax reports and other financial reports) Performing tasks related to the closing of the accounting periods regarding local statutory accounts Reviewing and assisting in the preparation of regular reports to the Supervisory Authority Preparing regular reports for the parent company (including IFRS reporting)

Jan 2010 - Jan 2012

Consultation in accounting and taxation matters

HQ ONLINE KFT

Implementing and fulfilment of tasks related to accounting, finances and taxation at external companies. Preparation of annual reports, consolidated financial statements and financial statements on IFRS-basis and US GAAP. Fulfilment of EU-projects and writing applications for tenders Consultation in labour issues.

Jun 2007 - Jan 2010

Apprentice Auditor

Consultation KFT

Audit of companies (international companies), eventual control and examination, due-diligence work of companies.

Sep 1996 - Jan 2010

Head of Department economic issues and investments

Kravtex Holding

Fulfilment of tasks related to accountings, finances, taxation and investment

Preparation of consolidated financial statements Participation in audits

Sep 1994 - Sep 1996

Official in charge in investments and granting of loans

Erste Bank

Concluding stock exchange contracts on prompt and future markets

Complete fulfilment of processes of granting loans

Participation in accounting processes of the bank