Georgiana Iancu is the new Partner of the Tax and Legal team of EY Romania’s Indirect Tax practice. In this role, Georgiana will focus on developing the Indirect Tax practice, as well as on expanding EY Romania’s footprint on the local market by transforming the department from an organisational perspective and diversifying the tax advisory services.
“I am honoured to join the EY team and to be able to contribute to the organisational transformation of the Indirect Tax practice. Together with the team of experts in the areas of VAT, custom duties, excises and environment fund, we shall continue developing innovative and practical solutions for our clients to meet the challenges specific to their industries. I shall also be actively involved in developing some IT solutions to simplify the process of deriving and declaring indirect taxes,” says Georgiana Iancu.
Georgiana Iancu was involved in a number of tax advisory, reviewing and structuring projects, as well as in developing tools and procedures to prevent VAT frauds. She also successfully assisted many local and international companies in the tax audits initiated by the Romanian taxation authorities, as well as in taxation redress proceedings. Her experience covers a wide spectrum of industries, such as retail and FMCG, real estate, energy and automotive.
In the VAT area, due to her insights in the European VAT laws, she was involved in various initiatives that led to changes in the Romanian laws.
Bogdan Ion, Country Managing Partner EY Romania and Moldova and Chief Operating Officer for EY South-East & Central Europe and Central Asia: “Georgiana’s professional experience, with more than 14 years of activity in tax advisory services and a strong focus on VAT, as well as in the retail and FMCG industry, brings value to the team and will contribute to the growth of the Tax and Legal practice.”
Georgiana Iancu has a Bachelor’s Degree in Accounting and Management Information Systems with the Bucharest Academy of Economic Studies, and a Bachelor’s Degree in business management and administration with the French-Romanian Institute, University of Auvergne, IUP Clermont Ferrand. Georgiana also has a Master’s Degree in taxation with the Faculty of Law of the University of Oxford and is a member of the Romanian Chamber of Tax Advisors.