Mienkie Etcheverrigaray

Country: France

Mienkie Etcheverrigaray joined the International Accounting Education Standards Board in January 2019 after serving as a technical advisor. She was nominated by Deloitte.

Ms. Etcheverrigaray is an Audit Director at Deloitte France. After qualifying as a Chartered Accountant with the firm in South Africa in 2001, she joined the Paris office of the French firm where she continued to performed audits of multinational companies. Starting 2003, she specialized in transitioning French listed companies to International Financial Reporting Standards. This led, in turn, to a role as the Global IFRS Office manager to the Deloitte Paris Centre of Excellence leading partner as a member of the French firm's quality and risk department.

From 2010 to 2016, Ms. Etcheverrigaray worked at the Haut Conseil du Commissariat aux Comptes (H3C), the French audit regulator. Specifically, she assisted the Technical Director of the H3C in her role as chair of the Standards Coordination Working Group of the International Forum of Independent Audit Regulators in the field of auditing and ethics standards and governance of the related standard-setting structures.

In 2016, Ms. Etcheverrigaray returned to Deloitte France as a Director in Audit Learning to lead the firm through the first-time application of its mandatory learning program, while continuing to serve attest clients. In October 2018, she transitioned back into a full time in audit as a member of the core team leading audit transformation efforts within the French member firm.

Ms. Etcheverrigaray also lectures financial accounting and reporting at the ESSEC business school in Paris and is a member of the South African Institute of Chartered Accountants.

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