The initiative, which is organised for the third time, aims to recognise and award women with special professional skills who succeeded in the Real Estate sector in Poland. Companies which maximise the potential of women and promote their positive influence will also be highlighted.
Magda is a seasoned professional with nearly 20 years of valuable experience in the area of accounting, financial reporting and international taxes. She joined Vistra in 2007 where she specialises in tax compliance, consolidation of data, preparation of financial statements and reporting in accordance with the IFRS. As a result of her outstanding achievements as a Manager for many years, in 2018 she was promoted to the position of a Director. Magda is responsible for big international portfolio of clients and cooperation between various jurisdictions to provide cross-country solutions. She was involved in the business planning and execution of many transactions in the real estate and private equity sectors as well as monetization of the high-value assets. Her expert knowledge of the Polish tax regulations and their impact on the property market result in delivering tailor-made solutions for Vistra Clients. Excellent understanding of their needs in conjunction with her professional approach and extensive knowledge provide Clients a sense of security and peace of mind. Recently, she has been actively involved in the implementation of internal control and assurance procedures based on the globally recognized ISAE3402 standard. She has been involved in initiatives related to the social responsibility and education, including cooperation with one of the top financial universities in Poland.
The awards will be judged by a panel of highly respected industry professionals and winners will be announced at a gala dinner at the end of August.
Please click www.topwoman.pl/glosowanie-2020 to vote for Magda. Note, the website is in Polish but can be translated using Google.
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