Lidija Nanuš is a Director of Deloitte in Macedonia. She obtained her academic education at the Faculty of Economics, University St. Cyril and Methodius, Skopje and graduate studies at Northern Illinois University in USA, major in the field of accountancy and auditing under Fulbright fellowship program. She also attended CPA review course at Northern Illinois University, USA for attaining a certification for CPA in US. She is a Certified Auditor in the Republic of Macedonia.
Lidija Nanuš has more than 20 years of experience in the field of auditing, financial consulting and training professionals from the Ministry of Finance for International Financial Reporting Standards and International Auditing Standards through USAID accounting and audit reform projects.
- Expert in auditing business and financial sector;
- Profound knowledge of International Auditing Standards, IFRS, US GAAP, and Macedonian laws and regulations;
- Delivering training courses on IFRS and IAS.
She has experience in consulting engagements with international organizations, which encompass World Bank advisor for drafting the ROSC report for Macedonia, EAR consultant for preparation of instruction manual for IPSAS cash basis for Ministry of Finance officials.
Aleksandar Arizanov is Audit Director in Deloitte since April 2006. He works as auditor for more than 18 years. He acquired his academic education at the Faculty of Economics, University St. Cyril and Methodious, Skopje. He is Certified Auditor with certificate issued by the Ministry of Finance of the Republic of Macedonia.
He gains the considerable experience and knowledge of the business in the region working on numerous projects in Macedonia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Serbia and Montenegro, Bulgaria and Albania.
His primary specialty is a public utility sector. He has relevant experience in fulfilling assignments for the World Bank where he was a Project Manager for the audit of 20 World Bank’s projects in Bosnia and Herzegovina, Audit and Special Review of the Employment Institutes in Bosnia and Herzegovina, and the audit of the financial statements of the three Electric-power utilities in Bosnia and Herzegovina. Also, he was engaged as a Project Manager in the audit and feasibility study for five water enterprises in Macedonia within the Municipal and Environmental Action Programme (MEAP) – Macedonia, project financed by Senter Internationaal, Agency of the Netherlands Ministry of Economic Affairs and prepared for the purposes of EBRD credit line.
Aleksandar was also engaged in the audits of international clients from various industries.