Szilvia Sramko is a manager responsible for standards development and technical projects at the International Ethics Standards Board for Accountants (IESBA). In her position, Ms. Sramko provides technical support to the IESBA’s projects and initiatives and works closely with Task Forces and IESBA members to execute the IESBA’s work program. She is currently the lead staff on the IESBA’s Fees Project and provided significant contributions in the development of the IESBA’s January 2020 Non-Assurance Service Exposure Draft.
Prior to joining the IESBA, Ms. Sramko was Deputy Head of Department at the Auditors’ Public Oversight Authority in Hungary (Budapest). Before that, she served in several roles at the Ministry for National Economy in Hungary and participated in preparing legislative proposals to transpose the amendments to the European Union’s Accounting and Audit Directives into the national law.
Ms. Sramko holds a Doctor of Law degree from Eotvos Lorand University (Budapest, Hungary) along with a master’s degree in comparative law from Université Paris II Pathéon-Assas and Eotvos Lorand University (Paris, France / Budapest, Hungary).