Ágnes joined KPMG in 1999 and worked for seven years in the field of auditing, mainly being in charge of audit engagements connected to IFRS financial statements at companies operating in the financial sector. Thereafter she began to build up advisory teams for accounting, bookkeeping and payroll, before being put in charge of the financial risk management, internal audit, controlling, modelling, sustainability, financial process development, actuarial and forensic service areas. She has extensive professional experience in many industry sectors developing, optimising and implementing financial and risk management processes, as well as in responding to Hungarian, IFRS and US GAAP issues. Since 2019 Ágnes has headed up KPMG’s Risk Consulting, Financial Processes and Data Modelling department, and in the spirit of KPMG’s Smart Digital Finance approach, the advisory areas under her wing place great emphasis on professional excellence, process management and digital transformation too. Ágnes has obtained ACCA, HRA and certified IFRS accounting qualifications, and is the Lead Partner for Diversity at KPMG.