The Romanian practice of Mazars has recently bolstered its team with Razvan Butucaru, who has been appointed as Financial Advisory Services Director. Butucaru will be based in Bucharest and will focus mainly on further building Mazars’ financial advisory service footprint in the country and Eastern European region.
Razvan Butucaru has over 10 years of professional experience in the area of audit, consulting and financial advisory. Before joining Mazars, he held the position of Internal Audit Director of Garanti in Romania and previously served as Manager at Big Four firm PwC. In those roles, he contributed to various audit and advisory projects for a wide range of clients, with a focus on the financial services sector: banks, insurance companies, pension funds, leasing and consumer finance companies. Butucaru holds a Bachelor degree in finance with major in Banks and Stock Exchange and a Master degree with major in Internal Audit in the Financial Services from the Academy of Economic Studies Bucharest.
“I am glad to be part of this strong international brand and integrated Audit & Advisory team. My role will be to contribute to further developing the financial advisory by expanding the product range and aiming at being a high quality service provider with explicit industry know-how,” comments Butucaru on his appointment.
Vasile Andrian, Head of Audit & Financial Advisory Services, adds: “Razvan is an experienced professional with an impressive background in the financial services industry. He is also a great fit for our team due to our shared commitment to delivering highest quality support for our clients. We are pleased to have Razvan on board in our mission to further consolidate our business line, services and client portfolio.”
Mazars is active in Romania since 1995, and currently employs 150 professionals specialised in audit, tax, accounting, payroll and advisory. The local practice is led by René Schöb, who was recently appointed Country Managing Partner. Globally the firm has more than 13,800 experts in 72 countries.