• Degree in Economics
• Chartered Accountant
• Member of the International Innovation Network (IIN) on behalf of IACJCE (Spanish Institute of Chartered Accountants)
• Member of the Comisión de Nuevas Tecnologías de la Asociación Española de Contabilidad y Administración de Empresas (AECA) (New Technologies Committee of the Spanish Association of Accountancy, Auditing and Business Management) on behalf of IACJCE
• Languages: English, Spanish and Catalan
Secundino Urcera, born in 1959, married, with a child, has a degree in Economics (University of Valencia) and he is a Chartered Accountant.
Partner of the Firm since 1989, Secundino Urcera has combined his career as a chartered accountant with his interest in anything relating to new technologies applied to business administration, accountancy and auditing. In this field, he has represented the Instituto de Auditores Censores Jurados de Cuentas de España (Spanish Institute of Chartered Accountants) in diverse national and international working parties.
At present time, he is a member of the International Innovation Network, entity that comprises auditing and accounting institutes from more than 20 countries with the aim of sharing and developing ideas and new products offered by and to their members: WebTrust, SysTrust, continuous audit, etc. Likewise, he is also a member of the Comisión de Nuevas Tecnologías y Contabilidad de la Asociación Española de Contabilidad y Administración de Empresas (New Technologies Committee of the Spanish Association of Accountancy, Auditing and Business Management), which mainly focuses on XBRL development in Spain, the application of information technologies involving auditing issues and the distribution of financial information through Internet.
In the course of his career, Secundino Urcera has been a usual speaker in forums, seminars, lectures and conferences and has been interviewed by the Spanish newspapers Expansión, Avui and El Diario Vasco.
He devotes his spare time to his family, to study and to hike in the mountains. Practice Area