Carme Monserrat

  1. How would you define yourself in your work?

Methodical, organized and always eager to learn (this is in the genes of an auditor). I like to communicate, to ask questions and to be asked (I speak a lot...).


If there are two adjectives that I think define me, they are: overworker and patient, theoretically two virtues that, taken to the maximum extreme, in my case, are my two biggest flaws.


  1. What do you like most about your job?

The possibility of being able to evolve continuously, learn every day and work in a team.


  1. What do you like most about your area/subject?

Accounting, auditing techniques, monitoring of internal control procedures, regulations concerning annual accounts, consolidation, expert reports, and commercial and cooperative regulations.


  1. What do you think customers value most about you?

Well, I think we would have to ask them... But I have always had a vocation for service, maximum availability and adaptation to every circumstance. In fact, my clients are my source of professional growth and continuous learning. Although they say they learn a lot from me, I think it's mutual.


  1. What are your hobbies during the week and during the weekend?

During the week there is little free time. I dedicate it to reading the new regulations, to professional training... And I also do a bit of gymnastics: mens sana in corpore sano.


During the weekend: reading (all the regulations that have not given time during the week -just kidding-), swimming, being with family and friends, resting, traveling if possible, etc.


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